Gravetye Beauty Texensis Clematis Plants bring lovely, tulip-shaped flowers in brilliant shades of red with a pale pink outer edge set against a pleasing backdrop of light green foliage. This rambling vine is perfect for twining in and around your perennial garden and compact enough to stay put on a trellis or arch. First introduced in 1914, grow this one and you'll see why it's still going strong! Prune it back to 16-inches in later winter. In northern gardens, it will do best in full sun but prefer lightly shaded areas in southern gardens.
Common Names: Leatherflower, Traveler’s Joy
Companion Planting: Dahlia, Phlox, Salvia
Kilian Donahue Clematis
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