clematis - Knowledgebase Question

Medical Lake, Wa
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Question by bgquilt2
July 30, 2006
I recently purchased your multi-blue clematis. Could you please give me some information re pruning and a little about plant.
Thank you

Answer from NGA
July 30, 2006
Clematis multi-blue is a relatively new introduction, with a long bloom period (June through September). It has electric blue flowers and dramatic white with burgundy stamens. It is a group two clematis, meaning it is an early, large-flowered, semi-double cultivar. It flowers on short laterals developing from the previous year?s growth, and will flower again in summer on current season?s growth.

Prune in early spring, reducing all growth back to a spring bud. Also remove damaged or dead growth.

Enjoy your new clematis!

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