The Q&A Archives: Roguchi Clematis

Question: Hi,

I know that the Roguchi Clematis is not one of the plants that you carry (it's not in the plant catalog). However, I was wondering if you know anything about this clematis. I have done research on the web and there's not a lot of information to be found. I was thinking of planting it with my Lady Bird Johnson Clematis and didn't know if this was a good idea or not. Any information you can provide on the Roguchi Clematis would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.


Answer: Clematis intergifolia 'Roguchi' is a woody perennial and does not climb as other clematis do. It maintains s shrubby appearance, growing only to about 4' in height and width. It has dark green, undivided leaves and nodding, urn-shaped flowers. Roguchi has the same growing requirements as other clematis; tops in sun, roots cool, quick draining soils, and regular water during the growing season. These plants bloom on new wood so you'll want to prune them back hard after flowering has finished.

Best wishes with your garden!

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