Most clematis are climbers, growing through shrubs and trees, or whatever support you want to give them. There are also a few herbaceous perennials, and at least one shrub. The colourful flowers are usually followed by the heads of feathery seeds, which are also ornamental.
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Clematis alpina pink-flowered

Large, four-petalled pink flowers.

Clematis columbiana

Climber with solitary blue flowers.

Clematis integrifolia

Herbaceous perennial with bell-shaped blue flowers.

Clematis integrifolia 'Rosea'

Non-clinging, herbaceous clematis with attractive pink bell-shaped flowers.

Clematis tibetana

Delicate hanging heads of yellow flowers.