- Floral wallpaper on the stairs
- Wall shelf modular design offers an infinite variety of compositions
- Light gray sofa and coffee table in the living room
- Modules decorative crib
- Design of blue and green
- Glass fronted building offers spectacular views of the skyline of Los Angeles
- Rose Sofahusse
- Living room
- Fancy wall in the bedroom
- Kitchen cabinet open country-style
Tips for planting, care and cutting – Clematis Climbing Plants
Clematis is very popular in our gardens. Beautify fences, pergolas and walls and are often planted roses together. The charming clematis climber is suitable not only for gardens and terraces, but also as a pot plant on the balcony. The varieties of clematis are so that you can easily find the right color for their individual taste. These beautiful plants appear white bicolor flowers, blue, purple, pink, and in various forms. To learn more about the care of clematis and follow our advice.
Clematis Climber - When and where to plant?
In general, clematis feel in a semi-shady spot in the garden when the sun lying on the ground in the shade and foot flowers. There are also hybrid clematis for shade. Just Clematis flowers can brighten the darkest places of the garden. The soil should be rich in nutrients permeable. For the installation, you must first half meters deep hole to dig, then add a layer of gravel for good drainage. The ideal time to plant Clematis is August and September. Then the soil is warm enough to promote the formation of roots.
Clematis Climber - Maintain and cutting
Clematis usually need to be watered regularly, especially in spring and summer. The base of the plant can be covered with a mulching film to prevent drying of the roots. At the height of different clematis varieties - some bloom in April and May, more from June to August cuts again depends on the variety. The spring flowers are cut only after blooming in shape while vigorously 30-40 inches down is to cut summer flowers in February or March.
bicolor purple Clematis
a south or west wall is perfect