Pink Anemone Clematis (Clematis montana var. rubens)

Pink Anemone Clematis

  • Beautiful Light Pink Blossoms
  • Vigorous Climbing Vine
  • Blooms All Summer Long
  • Sweet Vanilla Scented Flowers
  • Grows in Part Shade and Full Sun
  • Attracts Butterflies

Whether searching for a flowering perennial like none other or a vine to climb up a trellis or fence, Pink Anemone Clematis (Clematis montana var.rubens) is the plant for you!

Pink Anemone sprouts gorgeous delicate looking pink blossoms along the lengths of its tendrils each summer! These flowers are often so densely packed that the foliage underneath is all but covered!

These blooms appear in the early summer as a mauvish-pink before fading slightly into pastel pink flowers.

This flowering vine is pretty even before blooming as the vine emerges an attractive burgundy before maturing into a bronze-green.

Not only are the flowers glorious to look at, they’re also fabulously fragrant! Each blooming season, the garden will be filled with the scent of sweet vanilla!

If you’re a butterfly lover than you’ve come across the right vine! Pink Anemone Clematis will become a beacon for passing pollinators! Butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators will flock to your garden in search of the tasty nectar!

This dependable performer will give you a showstopping display year after year! You’ll be thrilled with the display and it’ll take any garden to the next level!

How to Use Pink Anemone Clematis in the Landscape

Pink Anemone Clematis absolutely shines as a climber. Plant this vine somewhere it can grow upwards such as a trellis or an arbor.

Fences are another fantastic vertical surface that clematis will scale with ease! Is there a segment of fence or siding that isn’t particularly pleasing to look at? Train a clematis against it and watch as it’s transformed into the showiest part of your garden!

Try adding a Pink Anemone Clematis at the base of your mailbox to turn a necessary front yard item into a flowering work of art!

This is also a great selection for espalier in a flat fan shape along the back fence. What a fun accent for your patio!

Planting this clematis vine year a window is a great way to perfume your household with notes of vanilla during the summertime!

Tips for Care

Clematis care can be easy with the right knowledge! If you don’t consider yourself to be a master clematis caregiver, no worries! There are a few tips and tricks to help you along the way!

For the happiest plant, try to locate its roots in a partially shaded area where it can grow up into full sun. This can mean deliberately planting it somewhere with shade, or planting a shallow rooted groundcover near Pink Anemone’s base.

Finding the correct soil to plant your clematis in is easy. They are generally widely adaptable as long as it’s well draining!

Pink Anemone is more resistant to clematis wilt than other varieties and generally deer resistant.

This specimen flowers on last year’s wood so if you’d like to prune, make sure to do so directly after Pink Anemone is done blooming for the year. Otherwise, you risk reducing next year’s flower power!

Note that Pink Anemone Clematis will take time to emerge each spring. However, once they do, they grow quite fast! A little patience goes a long way when dealing with these flowering vines.

As the trendles start growing, it greatly helps to give them a little guidance. Feel free to arrange the vines against its vertical counterpart until the vine latches on and continues to climb on its own.

Pink Anemone Clematis (Clematis montana var. rubens) Details

Common name Pink Anemone Clematis
Botanical name Clematis montana var. rubens
Hardiness zone 6-9
Growth rate Fast
Height 20 ft.
Width 12 - 15 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun, Partial Shade
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained, Cool
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Flower color Pink
Leaf color Deciduous