Plant Combinations: Clematis

 

A Cheerful Border Idea with Monarda, Clematis and Artemisia

Attractive to butterflies but ignored by deer!

A Super Climbing Trio with Clematis and Roses

Dreaming of a resting spot where you could surround yourself with fragrance, color and beauty?

A Super Climbing Duo with Clematis 'The President'

Dreaming of a resting spot where you could surround yourself with fragrance, color and beauty?

A Super Climbing Duo with Clematis 'Ernest Markham'

A nice way of adding color to your walls and fences! Entwine the spectacular Climbing Rose 'American Pillar' which will flaunt its rich pink blossoms, with the showy blossoms of Clematis 'Ernest Markham' for a spectacular color show!

A Super Climbing Trio with Clematis 'Ville de Lyon'

Dreaming of a resting spot where you could surround yourself with fragrance, color and beauty?

A Super Climbing Duo with Crimson Roses and Purple Clematis

With its rich purple blooms, Clematis Etoile Violette' is a favorite among many gardeners, especially in combination with repeat-flowering climbing Roses. Here this pretty Clematis partners magnificently with the crimson Rose 'Tess of the d'Urbevilles'.

A Super Climbing Duo with Clematis montana Grandiflora

Two fragrant and vigorous climbing plants for a spectacular floral display.

A Super Climbing Duo with Clematis montana and Wisteria

Clematis and Wisteria can be perfect companions. They can happily share the same arch or trellis, both reaching for the sun. When combined, they often look many times more beautiful than on a standalone basis.

A Pretty Duo with Clematis and Lilies

The pale lavender-blue flowers of Clematis 'Emilia Plater' are beautifully combined with the strongly recurved, dark crimson flowers of Lilium 'Black Beauty'. The two plants are extraordinarily vigorous and floriferous.

A Super Climbing Duo with Clematis x durandii

Combining these two plants together has the benefit of extending their season of interest.

Add Romance to your Arbors and Pergolas with Fragrant Rambling Roses

Rambler Roses are a spectacular sight when in full bloom. In this beautiful garden scene, two lovely rambling roses have been combined. Blooming once in late spring or early summer, they may not repeat flower, but they make up for it with the massive quantities of blooms they produce in their main flush.

A Super Climbing Duo with Clematis alpina

Combining early flowering Clematis with your roses has the benefit of advancing the season of interest of your roses. Adding sparkle to the garden from mid to late spring, and occasionally in late summer, this small-flowered clematis looks ravishing when combined with early flowering climbing roses

A Super Climbing Duo with Clematis 'Viola'

Their scent will hang beautifully in the air!

Convert A Dull Spot Into A Dream Place

Need to get rid of a dull wall or boring area of your yard? Why don't you try this?

A Perfect Entrance

It is amazing how trailing flowers can add a sense of romance to any spot. Here, the simple and symmetrical entrance of this Mediterranean home is softened by the Clematis, cascading from the front porch in pink swathes delicately swaying in the summer br