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Clematis integrifolia

Clematis integrifolia


Clematis integrifolia is a low growing Clematis, I love it rambling through other plants at the front to middle of a border. This clematis has pretty, nodding bell-shaped flowers, in shades of blue mostly, we also have the odd purple of white one, from June to September.Clematis integrifolia can be grown in a border or is also great spilling over the rim of a pot the patio.

  • Common Name

    solitary clematis

  • Height and Spread

    0.9m x 0.75m

  • Cultivation

    Plant in a moisture-retentive, well-drained soil, with the roots and base of the plant kept cool and shaded by other plants or with a layer of pebbles at the base. 

    As usual with clematis, plant the crown level with the soil.

    Falling into Pruning Group Three, cut stems back to the lowest pair of buds in February or March. 

    Ideal for growing through plants in the herbaceous border.

  • Additional information

    Flowers are followed by fluffy seed heads in the autumn. Excellent for cutting.

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