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Clematis paniculata ''

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More About Clematis paniculata

  • AKA Clematis terniflora, Clematis dioscoreifolia, Clematis maximowicziana
  • Flower colour- delicate, white flowers
  • Flower size- 3 cm
  • Bloom time- late summer to early fall
  • Pruning group- 3
  • Attractive, silver seed heads will persist
  • Leaves are mid-green, 12.5 cm long, with 3 ovate leaflets, semi-evergreen
  • Vigourous habit
  • Fragrant

Interesting Notes:

Clematis are grouped into three, different categories for pruning and maintenance:

Group 3: Late flowering - Flowers form on the terminal, 60-90 cm of the current season's growth. Some bloom as early as midsummer and continue into the fall. In early spring, prune each stem, leaving the lowest 2-3 buds. The new growth can be tipped back when it reaches about 30 cm to induce better branching and more flowers.

Zone:

5

Height:

6-8 meters

Spread:

3-4 m

Colour:

White
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Sweet Autumn Clematis Growing and Maintenance Tips

Clematis grow best in a rich, moist to average, well-drained soil, in full sun. Protection from intense afternoon sun is beneficial. Large flowering bi-colours, reds, and blues may fade quickly if planted in direct sun. Roots need a cool environment to thrive; it is recommended planting a ground cover or shallow rooted perennial to shade the roots; mulching is suggested. Plant the crown 3-5 cm below soil surface. Clematis are slow to establish and initially need to be tied to a trellis or fence to begin climbing.


Clematis paniculata Characteristics

Fragrant
Fragrant
Evergreen
Evergreen
Full Sun
Full Sun
Partial sun/shade
Partial sun/shade
Fast
Fast
Attracts Hummingbirds
Attracts Hummingbirds
Attracts Butterflies
Attracts Butterflies
Deer Resistant
Deer Resistant

Attributes

Seed

Habit

Climbing

Flowering Time

Fall

Foliage Color

Dark Green

Landscape uses

Screening/privacy

Soil Moisture

Well Drained
Moist to Average