Morphology: This vine is an evergreen climber in the Pacific Northwest which at maturity can attain a height of 10’ to 15’ and a width of 6’-10’. Why stop at 1, Portland? There are going to be some great clematis companion planting ideas... Post #7549782.
To see a clematis in full bloom is to understand why it is called the queen of flowering vines. Regional Gardening, Best Clematis, Pacific Northwest Gardening. Description Evergreen Clematis is a vigorous climbing vine that bears scented saucer shaped white blossoms in the spring. With proper pruning and a little attention to their few requirements, almost anyone can grow them here in the Pacific Northwest. As climbers, Clematis are unsurpassed in their long flowering presence, their rich diversity of flower shapes, their wide array of colors and tolerances in terms of exposure and climate. This vigorous vine seems to be quite popular around the Pacific Northwest. It has climbed all the way to the top of the tree, about 80 feet up. Quote. They bloom at different times and in different colors. Popular in the Pacific Northwest, these vines climb by twisting stems around any support you set out for them. Previous Next. Post #7549584. It is important to build up soil with organic amendments to retain moisture since the vine prefers a moist soil.
They can grow to 15 feet tall and 10 feet wide over time. The stems of this vine twist around any support provided. katie59 Woodinville, WA(Zone 8b) Feb 11, 2010. Most often, I see it … This is the evergreen clematis that blooms in the birch tree in late april. Clematis armandii was named in honor of a French missionary, Père Armand David (1826-1900). In England, Ernest Wilson introduced the vine into cultivation in 1900. Evergreen Clematis Vines. The glossy leaves on evergreen clematis vines are some three inches long and one inch wide. Our maritime climate is well suited for growing clematis. They are pointed and droop downward. Bookmark.