Growing Clematis Indoors
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.
1. Choose a well lit situation such as a windowsill or conservatory. Avoid hot/south facing positions in summer.
2. Remove spent flowers to encourage further bud development. Once plant has ceased flowering it can be cut down to reflower OR be planted outside.
3. Place plant in saucer and water plant from base by filling saucer. Clematis will require much more water than a normal houseplant and are likely to require watering every other day.
4. If in a strongly heated room moisten occasionally with a spray mister.