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Early Flowering Clematis

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£29.00
These early flowering Clematis are a lovely evergreen variety producing pretty white flowers in early spring. These are strong, British-grown plants and make the perfect gift for the garden. You can leave it to flower in its pot this season if you wish, and then plant it in a sheltered position in the garden for a lovely display every year.
Current Description
Reduced to reflect that they have finished flowering for this year, but plant one of these British grown early clematis in your garden now, and it will be fully established and ready to put on a fabulous display of white blooms in early spring 2024.
65cm tall including a deep 3L pot.
Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Clematis is a climbing garden plant and long term will do best planted out in the garden against a wall or fence or in a large pot or container on a patio.

Whilst in a pot, your Clematis will need to be watered regularly. Water thoroughly from the top every couple of days and let the excess drain away during the day. You may want to add an ordinary house plant feed to the water every week or so to help your plant continue flowering.

When you are ready to repot bear in mind that your clematis roots should be cool and planted deep and the new shoots should grow freely towards the light. Clematis are vigorous climbers and will reward you with a mass of flowers in Spring and early summer. Please see the individual picture label on your plant for more information about flowering season and pruning.

Problem Solving

If your plant is not flowering it is often to do with the roots getting too warm and the top of the plant not getting enough light. Place some ground cover plants or mulch or stones over the top of the soil to help keep the plant cooler. Wilting at the tips, shrivelling, and dying back is often caused by the plant being waterlogged damaging the roots.