Anemone Clematis is part of the Clematis genus and its scientific name is Clematis montana. The montana part of this plant's botanical name means 'found in mountainous places'.It is a flower that typically grows as a deciduous, which is defined as a plant that sheds its leaves annually. Expect blooming to occur in mid spring.
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These plants flower on growth produced the previous year and, if pruning is needed, are just given a light pruning to remove spent flowers immediately after flowering.
Old, woody plants can be pruned very hard – down to a couple of feet if necessary, preferably to just above some strong, healthy growth – after flowering to remove lots of the old, non-flowering growth. Plants may take a year or so to fully recover and start flowering properly again. Old plants may not recover.
These plants have been known to grow well alongside Anemone Clematis so consider planting:
Anemone Clematis loves Jasmine Nightshade
These plants will not grow well with Anemone Clematis so avoid planting these within close proximity:
These problems, diseases and pests are known to affect Anemone Clematis plants: