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Clematis Armandii

Clematis Armandii

£24.99Price

70cm - 75cm height / 15cm Pot

SKU: cle001
    • Introducing the Clematis armandii, a botanical treasure renowned for its exquisite beauty and versatile charm. This evergreen climbing vine belongs to the Clematis genus and is celebrated for its lush foliage and stunning floral display.

      With glossy, leathery leaves that retain their vibrant green hue throughout the year, the Clematis armandii serves as an enchanting backdrop in any garden setting. Its foliage provides year-round interest, offering a verdant canvas upon which its blossoms can flourish.

    • 70-75cm in height. 
    • 15cm pot.
    • Clematis armandii, commonly known as Armand clematis or evergreen clematis, is a vigorous, woody vine that produces an abundance of fragrant white flowers in early spring. Here are care instructions for this plant: Planting Location: Choose a planting location with well-drained soil and full to partial sun exposure. Clematis armandii prefers slightly acidic soil but is adaptable to various soil types.

    • Support: Provide a sturdy support structure such as a trellis, fence, or pergola for the vine to climb. Ensure the support is in place at the time of planting to avoid disturbing the roots later.

    • Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during the plant's establishment period. Once established, clematis armandii is moderately drought-tolerant but benefits from regular watering during dry spells, especially in the summer.

    • Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture, regulate soil temperature, and suppress weed growth. Keep the mulch away from the stem to prevent rot.

    • Pruning: Prune clematis armandii after flowering to maintain its shape and encourage new growth. Remove dead or damaged stems and trim back unruly growth to promote a tidy appearance. Avoid heavy pruning, as this can reduce flowering potential for the following season.

    • Winter Protection: In regions with cold winters, consider providing winter protection for the plant. Mulch around the base of the vine to insulate the roots, and consider covering the plant with a breathable fabric if temperatures drop significantly.

    • Supportive Pruning: During the growing season, you may need to tie or train the vines to the support structure to encourage upward growth and prevent them from sprawling.

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