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  1. Princess Diana Clematis Zones: 4-9
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Clematis Plants at Nature Hills Nursery

Gardeners have long loved clematis. So much so, this popular plant has been a garden staple since 1862. You’ll find a gorgeous selection of clematis for sale at Nature Hills Nursery, with the most beautiful flowers waiting to grace your garden or yard.

A member of the buttercup family Ranunculaceae, clematis come in about 300 different species. Most originally came from China and Japan, and all make a delightful addition to any landscape plan.

Deep purple double clematis bloomsEnjoy browsing the collection of clematis for sale at Nature Hills Nursery. With so many different species and cultivars of clematis on the market, there’s one for nearly every garden.

You’ll find clematis suited for USDA hardiness zones 3 through 11, with colors that range from bright white to brilliant red. The color and appearance of clematis flowers varies widely, giving you plenty of options from which to choose.

Both deciduous and evergreen clematis species exist, with a wide variety of bloom times. Perennial clematis plants bloom year after year, and clematis vines become woody with age, making them perfect for a permanent spot in your garden.

Evergreen clematis are popular choices to add color to the winter garden, as they can bloom as early as late-winter and keep their flowers until late-autumn. These are also sometimes known as leather flowers.

The best way to choose the clematis that’s right for you is to use the handy feature selections down the side of the page. Narrow your search by hardiness zone, flower color, height, spread, bloom period and growth rate. Light purple single clematis bloom

Additional tips for choosing the perfect clematis plant for your garden:

  • Needs a lot of water; mature vines can use 2 gallons per day
  • At least six hours of sun per day is ideal
  • Can be grown in containers or directly in the ground
  • Pay attention to the specific needs of the cultivar you plan to plant

You’ll find details about each type of clematis on the individual product pages. You’ll also find additional resources throughout the Nature Hills Nursery website. Check out our planting guide and our Clematis Care articles on our blog to ensure happy, healthy plants from the get-go.

When you find the clematis you just can’t live without, order it any time of the year. We’ll ground-ship your plant when the time is right for planting in your area, using Plant Sentry to follow all plant material regulations. Browse our selection of clematis for sale and place your order at Nature Hills Nursery today.

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