The East Hampton garden of Ina and Jeffrey Garten, which was originally designed by Edwina von Gal and later expanded by Joseph Tyree, an arch covered with clematis jackmanii is underplanted with Annabelle hydrangea and vitex.
Use for an old umbrella Helga Meyer, Illustration zum Thema Garten
Grow New Clematis Vines from Cuttings
If you have a clematis vine you love (or a friend does), this tip shows you how to take cuttings to create more vines—that's what propagation is. It's a great way to get free plants without much effort. I'll walk you through the steps so you can propagate your vines this spring.