2. Planting info


via hgtv.com

Clematis can be grown both in containers and in the garden. They are usually planted in fall or early spring depending on the climate zone and the variety. Most clematis varieties need a lot of space as well as good air flow. As for the soil, it should be well drained and rich. When you have found the perfect spot for planting your clematis vine, dig a two feet deep hole and fill it with some compost. Cut back your plant a bit before planting so you can lessen the shock and help it to adapt easier to the new environment.