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clematis are a lovely addition to any garden or plant setting.
These plants have varying bloom times, and with proper planning,
a garden can not only have green foliage year round, but also
gorgeous blooms from late winter to late autumn. This can be
accomplished by planting several varieties of evergreen clematis,
all with different blooming times, in the same garden.
type of evergreen clematis is the carnaby clematis. This evergreen
clematis has pink blooms with a bold red stripe down the center
of each petal. The carnaby will bloom from June and September,
and will grow to ten feet high and three feet wide.
type of evergreen clematis is the Niobe clematis. This evergreen
clematis has dark red blooms and bright gold anthers. The
Niobe will bloom from June through July and range in height
from six feet to ten feet. The foliage is dark green and makes
a lovely contrast with the boldness of the blooms.
third evergreen clematis is the Ernest Markham clematis. This
evergreen clematis has dark magenta blooms that appear in
July and last until mid August. The blooms of this evergreen
clematis are approximately four to six inches wide, and the
plant will grow to a height of twelve to fifteen feet. The
foliage of this clematis is also a very dark green.