I have a row in my vegetable garden where I keep maturing clematis seedlings, clematis gifts and various small clematis that would get lost if planted in other spots around the farm. I give some away to friends, dispose of the disasters and admire the sweet ones frequently.
Clematis Fudo has bell shaped blooms. She is strong enough to grow through other clematis. Her color is a silvery lavender with a reddish interior. I love planting differently shaped clematis together.
C.Fudo’s reddish interior
C.Fudo growing through C.Galore
Clematis Myofuku is a pale pink with a white interior and this year has been growing far and wide. Here you see it weaving through Clematis Little Bas.
Here C.Myofuku grows through C.Hendryetta
One of the tiniest clematis at the farm is C.Campaniflora, so small that it is hard for me to photograph. They are about 1.5-2.5 centimeters in size! Each tiny bell has a bluish tinge.Clematis viticella subsp campaniflora
Buckland Beauty is still blooming these days.
C.Gazelle is another white, a non-clinging clematis. What a sweetheart! Here she grows with C. Chinook.
Deep red Clematis Gravetye Beauty has a long period of bloom.
I don’t have names for these….but keep them because I am ever so fond of them.
I love the round buds on this one!
And this darker one…
This named clematis is Walenburg. It is new to me. The first flowers are small, though they should be 3 inches in diameter with maturity. So sweet!
Clematis Mrs Harvey has been a delight in its second year here.
This mystery plant has been spectacular this year.
And this little mystery has delighted us as well.
This pretty little integrifolia is a favorite.
These smaller blooms are definitely worth a second look! They frequently combine well with larger flowers too.
Clematis Pagoda weaves through the larger flowered Clematis Viola