Yellow flowers are a rarity in the clematis world, and what a beauty. Creamy-yellow double blooms, each with slight pink blush on the reverse of the sepals are displayed in May and June, then again in September. Happy in borders and containers, with no pruning required. Prefers well-drained soil in sun or part shade.
Type of garden Container Gardening, Cottage Garden, Small Gardens
Other Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest, NEW This Year, Rare or Unusual, Suitable for Container
Hardiness Fully hardy perennial
Delivery May onwards
Flowering Time Summer
Aspect Sun or Partial Shade
Height 1.8m (72")
Clematis Group 1
Sun or part shade
Not good for cutting
Early flowering species. Preferring a sheltered, sunny site with well-drained soil. No routine prunining is required, however if the spread needs to be resitricted, prune immediately after flowering to allow new growth to be produced and ripened for next season. Remove dead or damaged stems and cut back other shoots that have outgrown their allocated space. hardy perennial.
All our plants have a guideline temperature for how well they will tolerate winter cold.
Fully hardy perennials will withstand temperatures down to -15 °C (5°F) and often lower. Hardy perennials are happy down to at least -5°C (23°F) Half hardy perennials can withstand down to around 0°C (32°F)
And Tender perennials may be damaged by temperatures below 5°C (41°F)
Please remember that temperatures can vary significantly within quite a small area, and hardiness can be affected by soil, position and other factors.
If in doubt please give us a call.
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