Mountain Vine - Clematis Montana Rubens
The mountain wood vine can grow up to 8 metres high. It has lush, green-coloured, lively leaves. The flowering season is between May and June. During this time, the Rubens mountain vine produces cup-shaped flowers that have an intense pink colour. This small-leaved, profusely flowering woodland vine produces an abundance of fragrant flowers that create an enchanting atmosphere. All montana species, including Clematis montana Rubens, are vigorous and produce many flowers. They produce many more and longer stems than most large flowering woodland vines. The feathery, fuzzy fruits of Clematis montana var. Rubens are very beautiful to look at, but they are not suitable for eating.
The right place for a clematis
This bright pink plant belongs to the woodland vines, a wild form of clematis. They are ideal as climbers as the leaves and branches grow quickly and can adapt wonderfully to their surroundings. Clematis montana Rubens likes to be planted on house walls and scaffolding as well as on trellises, where it grows up to a considerable 8 metres high. The best time for the Rubens mountain vine is spring. During this time it transforms the façades of houses into little fairy tales by forming a sea of pink flowers. The flowering season is between May and June. Clematis montana Rubens loves shady root areas and can withstand cold winters easily. The plants are pot-grown, so you can use these plants all year round.
Clematis Montana Rubens in your garden
You can use the mountain clematis Rubens all year round. It needs a humus garden soil and a sunny location. However, the Rubens will also grow in partial shade. We recommend a sun root protection in any case. The woodland vine grows bushy, upright and well-branched best on a pergola, on fences, trellises or walls. You can expect a growth of 30 to 40cm per year.
Buy Wood Vine Montana Rubens
For one running metre you will need about 3 to 4 plants.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use the Clematis Montana Rubens all year round