Clematis - one of the most unpretentious plants for breeding at home. Even the most inexperienced florist, after becoming acquainted with the features of growing a flower, will not have any problems. Clematis varieties are replenished from year to year, and almost every one of them will have its own characteristics, which will concern not only the cultivation and appearance, but sowing.
Clematis: varieties suitable for the middle band and the suburbs
For successful germination of clematis, suitable climatic conditions are necessary, but at the same time, hybrids have been developed that can take root everywhere. These include the straight, tangut, whole-leaf, hogweed, grape-leaved species of clematis, etc.
In addition, when buying plants, you must consider the size of the seeds and the features associated with this. So, clematis with large seeds (purple, straight, paniculate, woolly) germinate unevenly and for quite a long time. After planting sprouts can appear only after 6 - 8 months.
Clematis with medium seeds differ in more friendly shoots, moreover, the period of sprout appearance is shortened from 1.5 months to six months. This group includes Manchurian, Chinese and curly clematis.
Such species as Tangut, vine-growing clematis has small seeds, they grow quickly and evenly. Germination time is not more than 3 months, and in some cases a couple of weeks at all.
After planting the plant, you need to think of a suitable and decent support for clematis. The branching plant will reach up, to please the eye with its beautiful view all summer. Often the culture is planted near the gazebos or the walls of a country house, so that the flowers cover their surface with a luxurious living carpet.