These yellow clematis are most successful when planted in sunny or partly shady regions of the garden.
The Tibetana clematis is much more drought tolerant than other types of clematis, and will grow to a height of between fifteen and twenty feet.
Another yellow clematis that is popular is the Tangutica. A true yellow clematis, this plant also produces bright yellow blooms from mid summer through late fall.
This yellow clematis has dark green foliage, which adds a nice contrast to the bright yellow flowers.
These yellow clematis can grow to height of from twelve to fifteen feet, and like the Tibetana, are more drought resistant.
The most vivid of all the yellow clematis is the Bill Mackenzie clematis. Growing to heights of up to twenty feet, this yellow clematis is most hardy in zones four through nine.
The bright green leaves remain on this plant until well into November. Good for growing on buildings and on fences, this yellow clematis is filled with tons of small blooms throughout summer and into autumn.