Clematis texensis

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Noun1.Clematis texensis - woody vine of Texas having showy solitary nodding scarlet flowers
clematis - any of various ornamental climbing plants of the genus Clematis usually having showy flowers
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Use clematis also to cheer up dull ground cover by allowing a climbing plant to scramble across ground-hugging plants - hybrids of Clematis texensis are perfect for this job as the foliage is fine and not too dense and they respond to hard pruning in winter.
True to its name, Clematis texensis is from Texas so needs the warmest, brightest position in summer.
I'M a huge fan of the entire clematis tribe, but for me the pick of the bunch are the late flowering clematis bred from the Texan species, Clematis texensis.