A FLOWERING GARDEN FENCE WITH CLEMATIS!

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A FLOWERING GARDEN FENCE WITH CLEMATIS!

Everyone knows the Clematis, but not yet as a flowering fence.

By chance we came into contact with Clematis nursery J. van Zoest. We were looking for a solution for a long and boring fence adjacent to our parking lot and the inspirational gardens. For once we would not want to work with Hedera, but would rather see as many flowers as possible. It had to be colorful and yet also a bit dense. Moreover, it should not cause us too much work. In consultation with the Boskoop Clematis Nursery, our wishes turned out to be feasible; a question of the right varieties and combined in such a way that privacy with many flowers is guaranteed within the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, it is not the case that it is only densely covered with clematis and remains green all year round. It is possible to plant the Clematis in combination with a hedera partition for complete dense growth and privacy.

A NEW HAPPY GARDEN FENCE

In 2019, our new concept was put into practice for the first time. With a little help with the climbing, the Clematis immediately grew like weeds. The idea catches on and will make the garden world a lot richer. Just imagine that all boring fences in neighborhoods and gardens are overgrown with Clematis. How happy would it make everyone? And not only us, of course also all kinds of insects and bees. It would be a nice addition to the many garden fencing variants that every garden owner can now choose from. Incidentally, those boring wooden and metal screens can also be cheerful by growing Clematis against them. You will of course need some support material in the form of wires or racks.

Read here everything you need to know about planting Clematis!

THE PLANTING SCHEDULE OF BLOOMING MESH

Clematis nursery J. van Zoest has devised the following planting scheme for Appeltern. Most Clematis are for sale at our plant market during the summer . Unfortunately, Van Zoest does not sell to private individuals, but on their website www.clematisinfo.nl you can see where their Clematis are for sale. A somewhat larger garden center usually also has a nice collection.

PLANTING SCHEDULE

Clematis ‘Prince Charles’
Clematis ‘Princess Kate’
Clematis terniflora
Clematis ‘Spring Joy’
Clematis ‘Jackmanii Purpurea’
Clematis ‘Hendryetta’
Clematis ‘Supernova’
Clematis ‘Spiky’
Clematis ‘Mary Cornelia’
Clematis ‘Triternata Rubromarginata’
Clematis ‘Country Rose’
Clematis ‘Forever Friends’
Clematis ‘Fascination’
Clematis ‘Sea Breeze’
Clematis ‘Princess Diana’
Clematis ‘Van Gogh’
Clematis ‘Wonderful’

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