Three clematis in my garden tempted me to collect seed this fall: a sweet pink bell (Clematis Sonnette), a light blue little nonclimbing clematis (integrifolia type) from the Rogerson Clematis Collection (Clematis Skylark), and a species clematis (C. viorna) with small urn-shaped flowers in lavender and white (C. viorna). How to Collect Seeds From Clematis. My go-to sources for germination information on all types of seed are Dr. Deno’s Seed Starting Books (Deno), and Ontario Rock Garden And Hardy Plant Society web site’s Germination Guide (ORGS).). Dr. Deno’s books are available as a free download – see the above menu called Free Books for details. Clematis, a woody perennial vine, produces spectacular flowers that contain one or more colors and attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Large clematis specimens can grow to a height in excess of 11 feet, while smaller versions of the plant mature at less than 5 feet tall. Growing clematis from seed tickles the imagination. Growing Clematis From Seed – Current Information.
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