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Pruning Group 3. Vigorous grower with large blooms.
Pruning Group 3. Single, 5-6" blooms.
Pruning Group 2. Carmine bar runs down each petal. This variety can tolerate part shade.
Pruning Group 2. Double flowers in spring, single flowers in fall.
Pruning Group 3. Multi-tepalled
Pruning Group 3. Vigorous grower, requires sturdy trellis. Very fragrant. Spent flowers leave a tumbleweed seed head that adds interest into the fall and winter.
Pruning Group 3. Edges of flowers are dark purple. This variety can tolerate part shade.
Pruning Group 3. Vigorous grower, golden stamens.
Non-climbing, will benefit from support. This variety can tolerate part sun.
Pruning Group 2. Bush form, not climbing- keep moist, mulched. This vareity can tolerate part sun.
Fragrant two tone flowers, vigorous woody vine. Hummingbirds love these flowers. Plant in sun for best blooms.
Reblooms all through summer. Blooms are attractive to Hummingbirds. Can be planted in full to part sun.
Hummingbird magnet, woody vine. Unique leaf shape is circular and a beautiful gray/green color. Plant in sun for best blooms.
Hummingbird magnet, woody vine. Plant in sun for best blooms.
Blooms on new growth, hardier than older varieties. Requires a large, sturdy trellis. Woody vine. Plant in full sun for best blooms.
A First Editions® Shrub.
Pro Tip – Clematis prefer full sun (except where noted) but need to have their roots shaded. Achieve this by planting a low growing perennial at the base of the plant. It is always best to mulch with compost or organic mulch rather than rock. Keep your Clematis well watered; do not allow it to dry out. Clematis climb using tendrils to grab small wires or string. They will not attach themselves to wood or brick walls.
Clematis have specific pruning types, listed above. How to prune each type is listed below.
Type 2—All first flowering comes from the previous season’s growth. In spring when you see buds begin to swell, cut off all dead material above live buds.
Type 3—These bloom on all new growth. Prune back to 12–18″ in early spring before growth appears.
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