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Ina Garten's SUMMER GARDEN! - I love my garden in the summer when it’s bursting with flowers and vegetables!  This is a view down the path through the Annabelle hydrangeas (which unlike most hydrangeas don’t wilt in the sun!) and the arch covered with climbing purple Clematis “Jackmanii.”  In the distance is the vegetable garden filled with some of my favorite things –tomatoes, basil, lettuce, rhubarb and kale.  I love to mix herbs and flowers, so I filled the center urn with rosemary and…

Idea for wooded path entry. Ina Garten's tomatoes, basil, lettuce, rhubarb and kale. I love to mix herbs and flowers, so I filled the center urn with rosemary and so.

For acclaimed cookbook author and TV personality Ina Garten, a garden in East Hampton was a top priority. Now, more than a decade later, it is as vibrant and flourishing as her entertaining empire​.​

Every Inch Of Ina Garten's Famous Garden Is Enchanting

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.

Clematis "Nelly Moser" and climbing rose - Christine's garden in Artland / Lower Saxony

LOVE mixing roses and clematis Clematis "Nelly Moser" and climbing rose - Christine's garden in Artland / Lower Saxony

Clematis Care: How To Grow Clematis With Big Beautiful Blooms by Wanda | posted in: Shade Plants

Clematis Care: The Ultimate Guide To Growing and Pruning Clematis

Clematis Care: How To Grow Clematis With Big Beautiful Blooms by Wanda | posted in: Shade Plants

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.

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.

Shorter roses and clematises are ideal for framing windows. An advantage of growing these two plants together is that with correct pruning, the clematis will flower from the base to the top, its flowers masking the inevitable “bare legs” of the climbing rose.

Shoreline Cottage Garden - traditional - landscape - new york - MJ McCabe-Garden Design.like the combo of climbing roses and clematis

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