Clematis grown in containers are a beautiful way to add height to a patio or courtyard garden. Choose a container 18" (45cm) approx. diameter for a single clematis plant. For larger containers consider planting two or more plants percontainer.
Trees and Walls
A popular use of clematis is to add colour to plain structures such as walls or fences. Similar planting techniques can also be used to train clematis into trees.
Clematis climbing plants make a superb adornment for arches. Consider using two planted either side for full cover.
Clematis make an interesting and unusual indoor display. A well selected and positioned plant can be grown for an extended period indoors or flowered indoors before planting outside.
Simple "No Fuss" pruning
The modern clematis in the Raymond Evison range flower readily and will yield good results using relatively simple pruning techniques.
Want to spend a little time to get that little extra ? - these guides go through the pruning of the traditional clematis groups.