Clematis texensis 'Gravetye Beauty' |

Clematis texensis 'Gravetye Beauty' |

Clematis texensis Princess Diana

Clematis texensis Princess Diana

Common names: Scarlet clematis, Scarlet leatherflower, Texas clematis (latin: clematis texensis) 9ft vine, full sun, blooms till first frost, very drought tolerant, native to Tx Edwards Plateau.

Common names: Scarlet clematis, Scarlet leatherflower, Texas clematis (latin: clematis texensis) 9ft vine, full sun, blooms till first frost, very drought tolerant, native to Tx Edwards Plateau.

Princess Diana, clematis texensis

Princess Diana, clematis texensis

Princess Diana Clematis (Clematis texensis 'Princess Diana') - Monrovia - Princess Diana Clematis (Clematis texensis 'Princess Diana')

Princess Diana Clematis (Clematis texensis 'Princess Diana') - Monrovia - Princess Diana Clematis (Clematis texensis 'Princess Diana')

Full size picture of Scarlet Clematis, Texas Clematis, Leatherflower, Texas Leatherflower, Pipe-vine 'Duchess of Albany' (Clematis texensis)

Full size picture of Scarlet Clematis, Texas Clematis, Leatherflower, Texas Leatherflower, Pipe-vine 'Duchess of Albany' (Clematis texensis)

Clematis (climber)

Clematis (climber)

Scarlet Leatherflower: Clematis Texensis: Organic Gardening

Scarlet Leatherflower: Clematis Texensis: Organic Gardening

Scarlet Clematis, Texas Clematis, Leatherflower, Texas Leatherflower, Pipe-vine 'Princess Diana' (Clematis texensis) zone 4

Scarlet Clematis, Texas Clematis, Leatherflower, Texas Leatherflower, Pipe-vine 'Princess Diana' (Clematis texensis) zone 4

'Gravetye Beauty' Clematis texensis - native to Texas, this mannerly clematis gets about 8-12 ft tall and has gorgeous, vivid red blooms for several weeks starting midsummer. Like most clematis, it likes its head in the sun and feet in the shade. Need to find a place for this one!

'Gravetye Beauty' Clematis texensis - native to Texas, this mannerly clematis gets about 8-12 ft tall and has gorgeous, vivid red blooms for several weeks starting midsummer. Like most clematis, it likes its head in the sun and feet in the shade. Need to find a place for this one!

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