CLEMATIS: Always called the "Queen of Vines," nothing else makes the spectacular show of a clematis in full bloom. In almost all zones, these magnificent plants decorate mailboxes, trellises and porches with cascades of some of the most beautiful blooms in the flower kingdom, and they're not difficult to grow. There's no reason you can't add them to your landscape.
Clematis Proteus. Charles Noble, England, 1876. Ruffled double flowers in late spring are 6" across and have tones of pink, mauve and purple. The second bloom in late summer boasts equally charming single flowers.
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Ruffled double flowers in late spring are 6" across and have tones of pink, mauve and purple