Belonging to the Ranunculaceae family, Clematis or clematis is a genus of about 250 species of herbaceous or woody plants, climbers with deciduous or evergreen leaves, rustic and otherwise. The stems are very thin, often semi-woody, and produce thin tendrils with which they attach to walls, pergolas or trellises. The foliage is dark green in color, covered by a thin light hair. During the cold months most of the species lose their foliage. Some species have an abundant spring bloom, with large flowers in shades of pink and white, others, and especially many garden hybrids, begin flowering in late spring and continue until the arrival of autumn. The flowers are very large, usually simple, but sometimes also double; the colors are shades of pink, blue and purple; there are yellow and white flower species. The clematis they are plants widespread in nature also in Europe and in Italy.
the plants of clematis they prefer well-sunny locations, where they can receive direct sun for at least a few hours a day; if placed in an excessively shady place they generally do not produce flowers. For a luxuriant development it is advisable to keep the foot and roots in a place protected from excessive sun and wind, so that the root system remains fairly fresh. The specimens of clematis do not fear the cold weather, also because during the winter vegetative rest period they tend to lose the aerial part completely.