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Clematis viticella - Italian Clematis Plants / Climber Plants

Clematis viticella - Italian Clematis

Clematis viticella - Originating from native to Southern Europe Clematis viticella (Italian Clematis), have finally come up in the world. They thrive both in a hot Mediterranean climate and in the coolness of Northern Europe. Preferring sunny areas they shouldnt be planted in shade or over a north facing …

Daylilies for the Garden Other / Books

Daylilies for the Garden

Grosvenor provides comprehensive information on these tough, beautiful, and easy-to-grow perennials. He includes history, cultivation, maintenance, and propagation details. An extensive list of cultivars is given, with descriptions and growing requirements for each, so the novice grower can easily profit …

The Plant Lover's Guide to Clematis Other / Books

The Plant Lover's Guide to Clematis

Clematis are the royalty of climbing plants. With their lush flowers, long season of bloom, and attractive seedheads, they are eagerly sought by almost every gardener in the temperate world. The Plant Lover’s Guide to Clematis by clematis expert Linda Beutler includes information on using the plants …

Clematis 'Jackmanii' - Jackman Clematis Plants / Climber Plants

Clematis Jackmanii Vine - POTTED & Staked - SALE*

Large flowered climber blooming in mid and late summer bears abundant single, velvety dark purple flowers 3-4inch across with greenish brown anthers. Height 10 ft spread 3 ft. This is the most popular Clematis vine in the world and one of the easiest to grow. There is an old saying with Clematis; Tops …

Euphorbia characias ssp. wulfenii - Mediterranean spurge Plants / Perennials

Euphorbia characias ssp. wulfenii - Mediterranean spurge

Mediterranean spurge is an excellent architectural plant. It has linear grey-green leaves formed along the entire length of stem which is upto 1m tall. Flowers are yellow-green cyathias borne in dense cylindrical to spherical, terminal cymes from early spring to early summer. Cut out flowered stems to …