Most important features of Tangutica Group:
- are healthy, resilient
- height from 2 to 6m
- the original bell-shaped flowers have a diameter of 2-8cm,
- bloom on new wood from June to late autumn,
- after flowering ground cover in fluffy fruit stalks,
- require cutting a strong or a weak depending on the position, when they are rising,
- resistant to drought
- well suited to cover the walls, ugly buildings, noise barriers, nets, can also be used as ground cover plants on the slope.
A charming and vigorous cultivar, a hybrid of Clematis potaninii var. fargesii and Clematis tangutica. Very free-flowering from July to September. White flowers with a tuft of golden stamens unfurl from creamy white semi-nodding buds. Requires hard pruning. It has little soil requirements and will perform well in all but waterlogged soils, so good drainage is essential. Prefers sunny sites. Particularly useful for all kinds of tall supports, fences, arbors and pergolas. Makes a good screening plant, excellent for covering unsightly buildings or scaling tall shrubs, trees or dead tree trunks.
A delightful, easily grown climber with a moderate growth rate. Large, nodding, rich yellow, lantern-like flowers are borne on long, downy stalks during summer, the later ones intermingled with decorative silky seed heads. At the end of September the plant retreats into winter dormancy and the leaves wither. A hardy plant with low requirements – tolerates draught. Excellent for low walls, fences and wire meshes. May be used as ground cover.
A graceful, very vigorous and floriferous climber with bright green leaves persisting well into November. During summer and autumn the plant is covered with a mass of campanulate, open, bright yellow with purple filaments, flowers, followed in autumn by silky seed heads. A hardy plant with low requirements. Prefers sunny spots. Excellent for cultivating on fences, walls, pergolas, arbors, walls and big trees. It's particularly useful as a screening plant, for covering tall fences or unsightly buildings.
A beautiful cultivar with intense golden-yellow flowers, bell-shaped on opening and fully open at the height of bloom. Pale crimson anthers on violet-crimson filaments. It’s long and profusely flowering from July to October. After fading away flowers transform into attractive fluffy seedheads. It’s best grown in well-drained soil on a lit position., but will also tolerate poor drying soil. Ideal for growing over a trellis, a fence, poles and other garden supports, it can be used as a screening plants. Suitable for training into trees and tall deciduous shrubs.