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 clematis vine
Available for shippin' in the spring & early summer.

 
   


one plant $18.95

Clematis Vine 'Will Goodwin'
COLOR: blue
LOCATION: sun
DURATION: May-June & reblooms in August/September
HEIGHT: 8-12'
ZONE: 4-8
USE: For trellis, porch, arbor, lamp post.
REQUIREMENTS: Keep roots mulched or shaded.
SIZE: 2 year old plant
 


one plant $18.95

Clematis Vine 'Nelly Moser'
COLOR: bicolor pink/white
LOCATION: sun
DURATION: May - September
HEIGHT: 8-12'
ZONE: 4-8
USE: For trellis, porch, arbor, lamp post.
REQUIREMENTS: Keep roots mulched or shaded.
SIZE: 2 year old plant
 
 

Perennials
The first year they sleep;
the second year they creep;
the third year they leap.

Author Unknown


growin' tips...
Clematis Vine

Plant Clematis in full sun. Keep soil evenly moist but well-drained soil. Plant the crown of both bareroot and pot-grown plants more deeply than you would other woody plants; 3-4" below soil level. After the plants have spent a year in the ground, prune the stems of all varieties to the lowest pair of healthy buds. Thereafter prune to control size and shape or to encourage more profuse blooms. When pruning, cut just above a pair of healthy buds. Vines that are pruned hard will generally bloom later but more profusely than vines that are allowed to grow unchecked.

Clematis climb by means of grasping leaf stalks, not by twining. The vines require a support narrow enough for the petioles to encircle. Clematis grow best when their roots are kept cool; plant annuals or shallow-rooted perennials such as Campanulas at the foot of the vine to shade the root zone.
 

 

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