Autumn is typically thought of as the time when leaves are falling and plants are starting to enter dormancy. While this is true, lots of plants are just beginning to flower, clematis included.
All of the autumn-flowering clematis we’ve picked are late-flowering types that fall into Pruning Group 3. These clematis usually start flowering around midsummer, continuing until early autumn, often longer.
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