Plant it’s essential to prune now or you’ll end with a ‘tangled mess’ and less flowers

Close up of pink clematis 'Montana' growing on a wall in the garden in spring

Clematis need to be maintained, though it’s not as difficult as one may think (Image: Getty)

Clematis, Ranunculaceae, Vescovana, Veneto

Gardeners’ World shared tips to pruning your clematis (Image: Getty)

The first are an early flowering variety that bloom before the end of May.

The second kind are large flowering ones that have big flowers by May, June and July.

And group three never have small flowers before June, sometimes as late as July.

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