Published September 1, 2003
by Timber Press, Incorporated .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
Raymond J. Evison guides you through the wonderful world of Clematis by teaching you all there is to know about this beautiful plant. You will learn the history, classification, the different species, and much more. As Evison states, this book isn't a monograph of the species, but a guide for the gardener/5(12). With their lush flowers, long season of bloom, and attractive seedheads, they are eagerly sought by almost every gardener in the temperate world. The Plant Lover’s Guide to Clematis by clematis expert Linda Beutler includes information on using the plants in the garden, designing with them, and growing /5(42). The complete clematis growing guide. Ap I’m wanting to get another clematis to grow up a 7ft post on my garden shelter, but can’t decide what to get (or whether to try . Clematis have some specific climate-related requirements. Clematis grow and bloom much better if they have a dormant period of approximately six weeks. Night temperatures of about 45°F (°C) or colder for a week or more seems to put them into dormancy. Gardeners should be aware that most of the excellent books .
It covers the major Species amd Cultivars, giving detailed information on garden suitability, growing zones, (very useful for American gardeners), and most importantly, pruning instructions. Whilst it is not exhaustive. it should cover the needs of 99% of gardeners. Using this book, in association with the plethora pof information available available on the web, most gardeners should feel fully confident in selecting, planting and growing /5(13). If you have room for a vigorous or foot clematis vine, there are many wonderful cultivars that will fit the bill. There are also more compact varieties that are perfectly happy growing in a small garden or even in a pot on the patio. The standard clematis . This gardening book delves into vertical growing strategies using string supports, trellises, pergolas, raised beds, skyscraper gardens and more, helping you save space while still cultivating happy plants. Vertical gardening might sound complicated, but this guide makes it easy for even novice gardeners . The Gardener's Guide to Growing Clematis by Raymond J. Evison is published in the UK by David & Charles Publishers, Brunel House, Newton Abbot, Devon, hardback edition at £ ISBN 0 1. First published in North America by Timber Press Inc.
Water plants thoroughly after planting and every two weeks in the first three months. Cover the soil surface around the plant base with tiles or stones to keep the roots cool and moist, which can prevent the fungal disease clematis wilt. Planting a clematis – placing tiles around the clematis Total Time: 30 mins. The Gardener's Guide to Growing Clematis [ Evison, Raymond J. ] Used - Good ISBN Book See details- The Gardeners Guide to Growing Clematis [ Evison, . Clematis, the Genus: A Comprehensive Guide for Gardeners, Horticulturists and Botanists: Author: C. Grey-Wilson: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: Timber Press, Original from: the. Award-winning nurseryman Raymond Evison has been growing and selling clematis since he left school at the age of 15 and over the years has introduced more than new plants to our gardens. He grows clematis suitable for growing in pots and containers, and other clematis that you can train to climb inside a conservatory or along a garden .