Our clematis are bred and grown right here in Saxony (our little corner of the world)! You'll find clematis most everywhere, a favorite for fences or free-standing climbing frames and a wonderful partner to climbing roses. While their application on facades (the less sunny northwest to east-facing walls) is just one of many possibilities, this is, of course, what interests us most. We divide clematis into eight groups, ranging from known hybrids to wild vines, to herbaceous / bush clematis.The first three clematis groups are important in facade greening; the others are rather special cases and appropriate for facades to a limited extent. We have chosen only the strongest clematis varieties with abundant foliage, because while bare, leafless stems can be hidden in a clematis bush, they are clearly visible on a facade! You can buy clematis plants in our shop and choose a compatible wire rope system. Or, vice versa: if you already have a clematis, search for it within the eight groups and select a cable system that allows it to flourish.

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 lat.: Clematis (from the ancient Greek clēmatís = 'climbing plant')

Sachs Nursery

Clematis breeding in Saxony

Large-flowered hybrids

Delicate beauty

Medium-sized hybrids

Healthy, with relatively vigorous growth

Clematis viticella

Robust summer bloomer

Clematis orientalis

Extremely robust and frost-hardy

Clematis montana

Short flowering period, vigorous growth

Clematis atragene

Early bloomer

Clematis vitalba

Exuberant growth

Shrub (herbaceous) clematis

A complement to the base of a facade