Charming and floriferous, clematis add beauty to gardens and landscapes. These vines create elegant vertical displays as they climb up fences, trellises, lampposts, mailboxes, and even other plants. It's no wonder they're a favorite among gardeners. Our team selected three outstanding varieties that will provide an entire season of blooms. The All Summer Clematis Collection really showcases the spectacular features clematis have to offer. Each variety was selected for its bloom time and striking flowers.
The collection includes General Sikorski, Hagley and Bees' Jubilee. Bees' Jubilee reblooms with flowers in varied shades of pink, from white petals with faded pink bars to pink with dark cerise stripes. The flowers are large, growing 6–8" across, on a plant that remains relatively compact at 8–10' tall. After a very early–spring pruning, Hagley will grow compact, bushy and floriferous—the ideal habit for pots and window boxes. It blooms on new wood, the flowers range from fully pink to nearly white—give it partial shade to keep the colors from bleaching. General Sikorski produces predominantly large 6–8", semi–double flowers during the first bloom and single ones during the August rebloom. It is extremely floriferous, which looks great in containers.
Collection includes one each of: Clematis 'General Sikorski', 'Hagley', 'Bees' Jubilee'
Flowering DateEarly summer and again late summer (less heavily)
Planting InstructionsDig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Set crowns 1" - 2" below soil level. Firm and water well
Winter CareWinter mulch around the base of each plant.
Foliage TypeRich green with a very healthy appearance
Soil RequirementPrefers a fertile, moisture retentive soil. Roots should be shaded by placing a large flat stone over where they are set or plant on the north side of a structure or plant and train into the sun
PruningHagley is in the GREEN pruning cagtegory while Bees Jubilee & General Sikorsi are in the YELLOW pruning category.