Evergreen Clematis Pack Of Three Bargain Packs
Clematis armandii or Armands Clematis are superb and sought after evergreen climbers with handsome lobed foliage that is often bronze tinted at first, before maturing to deep green. The twining shoots will attain up to 5 metres and clothe walls or fences within a few seasons. In early Spring the plants are smothered in an abundance of fragrant star shaped flowers, ideally planted close to a doorway or entrance where the scent can be appreciated, cheering up those Spring days with some early season colour.
Our pack of three plants are supplied as first quality, well developed 2 year old plants in 2 litre pots, when you recieve them they will be approx 80-100cm tall. Each pack of three plants comes with a discount of 25% and will contain one each of the following choice varieties (all three plants will be labelled):
Clematis armandii: masses of scented star shaped flowers are 5-7cm across and appear in March and April against deep green foliage.
Clematis armandii ‘Apple Blossom’: the white flowers have a gentle flush of pink and a delicious almond scent.
Clematis armandii ‘Hendersonii Rubra’: deep pink buds open to a non fading pale blush pink with a sweet fragrance.
(In the unlikely event that any of these varieties become unavailable, we may substitute one or more different varieties of equal or greater value)
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Clematis armandii are best planted in a sheltered sunny spot, they like their foliage in the sun and roots in the shade, ideally with a good mulch applied early each spring. any good garden soil is suitable but waterlogged sites should be avoided, as should any spot liable to get battered by cold winds which the plants dislike.
Evergreen Clematis armandii are group 1 for pruning, the simplest ones to look after as they do not need regular pruning! This group comprises the early-blooming clematis that flower on shoots produced the previous season. They require no regular pruning except for the removal of faded flowers. In subsequent years some training and perhaps thinning may be necessary. If renovation is required, plants can be cut back to 15cm (6in) from the base, after flowering. This operation will affect flowering and should not be carried out again within three years