The flowers of this clematis emerge in the late summer, followed by silvery seed heads. They’re excellent for fall accent and cut flowers, growing rapidly in warmer temperatures. This assertive grower makes a good screen on a trellis for hiding unsightly views and should be planted where it can be admired for the fragrant fall flowers!
Height (mature): 20 ft.
Botanical Name: Clematis paniculata
Bloom Time: Late summer into fall
Flower Color: White
Foliage Colors: Green
Sun: Full to partial sun
Special: Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies, deer resistant
Clematis vines are among the most attractive flowering vines! Nicknamed ‘The Queen of Vines,’ Clematis vines are easy to grow with a long season of bloom. These deer resistant vines prefer sunny locations and cool soil. They love support while they grow, so smaller growing clematis do great on poles and larger growing ones are great on arbors. Most varieties fall somewhere in the middle, doing very well along a trellis or fence!