The biggest Clematis blooms we've seen! And the vine is exceptionally well-branched, so the blooms open all the way to the ground, like a floor-length wedding gown. Blooms in early summer, with a smaller repeat bloom in late summer on a compact 6-9' vine. Clematis 'Beautiful Bride' PP23292
Flowering DateEarly summer and again late summer (less heavily)
Planting InstructionsSet plant at same level it is growing at in the container. Firm soil and water thoroughly.
Winter CareWinter mulch around the base of each plant.
Flower FormSingle blooms with the size of your face
Foliage TypeRich green with a very healthy appearance
Pruning TimeEarly spring
ResistanceGood pest and disease resistance.
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
PruningHard prune in early Spring Spring
Additional InformationBlooms in early summer, with smaller repeat blooms in late summer. 6-9' compact vine.
Unique CharactersticsProduces very large blooms, features cascading bloooms, petals appear soft and fabric like, popular for its dramatic appearance, a stand-out in the garden.