Hobby gardeners revere clematis as the queen of climbing plants. Given its majestic growth, the Clematis deserves this title. The following overview shows what height the most important species can reach with good care:
- Alpine clematis – Clematis Alpina: 150 to 300 cm(5-9 feet) high and 100 to 140 cm wide (3-4 feet)
- Curled clematis – Clematis crispa: 150 to 250 cm (5-8 feet) high and 100 to 120 cm wide (3-4 feet)
- Italian clematis – Clematis viticella: 200 to 500 cm (6-16 feet) ( high and 60 to 90 cm wide (2-3 feet)
- Common clematis – Clematis vitalba: 600 to 1,000 cm (20 32 feet) and 300 to 400 cm wide (10- 14 feet)
- Mountain clematis – Clematis Montana: 700 to 1200 cm (23-40 feet) and 200 to 350 cm wide (6-11 feet)
If you are looking for the ideal clematis for tubs , you will find what you are looking for among the sunny children of these climbing plants. Clematis texensis reaches a growth of 100 to 250 cm (8-20 feet), which she likes to show off on the sun-drenched balcony.
In addition, it is the magnificent hybrids in particular that hold back in height growth in order to invest their plant energy in a lavish abundance of flowers.