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S - denotes species and small flowered hybrids
L - denotes large flowered hybrids
a - no regular pruning needed.When space is limited, immediately after flowering cut out all shoots that have flowered.
b - cut out dead growth and weak shoots to a strong pair of buds, February to early March. Separate and train remaining growths.
c - cut all shoots hard back in February to early March to a strong pair of buds 1m or less above ground level.
Most clematis flower continuously or at intervals over a period of several months.The beginning of the flowering period is indicated by a number as follows:
1 - Spring to mid-June
2 - mid-June to August
Download our Nursery Catalogue for further information on the clematis.Close