Clematis can produce vibrant blooms for decades
Clematis was first cultivated in Japan for many centuries and in the 16th Century moved to Europe, especially to the countries of Britain, France and Belgium. Clematis finally arrived in the United States toward the end of the 19th century. Today there are more than 400 cultivars of clematis to choose from, and even the smallest garden can support one or more varieties of these massive blooming plants.
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