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Clematis Multi Blue

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Compact-growing rebloomer offers multiple seasons of color! Abundant, double blooms burst forth in lilac hues in late spring to early summer. Blooms last up to three months. A second round in late summer allows the color to continue into fall. Flowers are 3-4" wide and petals form double rings of sepals. Compact growth. Tolerates full sun but performs best in light shade. Grows 5-6' tall. Ships in 3" pots. Clematis 'Multi Blue'

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Gardening Details for Clematis Multi Blue

Botanical Name: Clematis 'Multi Blue'
Common Name: Clematis
Form: Perennial Vine
Root System: Fibrous, thick and woody
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun
Height/Habit: 5-6'
Spread: 3'-4'
Spacing: 3' - 4'
Hardiness Zone: Zone 3-9 (-40° F)
Flowering Date: Late spring to early summer and again in late summer
Duration: 3 Months
Blooms With: First flush of Roses, Lilies, later spring blooming shrubs, perennials like Golden Marguerite, Bearded Irises, Centaurea Montana and Hardy Geraniums.
Type of Fruit: Achene with feathery style - attractive.
Cut Flowers: No
Dried Flowers: No
Shipping Season: Fall
Unique Characterstics: Abundant, double violet-blue blossoms, with a compact growth habit. Tolerates full sun but does best in light shade. Easily clambers over trellises, decorative vine supports or fences. Blooms on old and new wood giving a full summer of possible color.
Flower Color: Often lilac-Blue when young. Later turning deep violet-blue outer petals with central cluster of smaller, pale blue petals.
Flower Form: Double ring of sepals 3"- 5" flowers.
Foliage Type: Opposite compound dark green in spring and summer, yellow in fall. Leaflets lanceolate to ovate 1-2" long. Bronze colored when young.
Borders: Yes
Fragrance: None
Pruning: Flowers on last year's wood and new wood.
Pruning Time: Only after blossoming prune lightly and not too frequently.
Soil Requirement: Humus rich, well-drained, alkaline soil.
Shipped: Potted
Additional Information: Climb by attaching leaf stalks about the means of support.
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Great looking Review by cooper
Posted on 2013-05-22

Last June i purchased 21 of these to cover up a 4.5ft chain link fence between yards.. Last year the tallest plant was about 2.5 ft tall.. Already this year most plants have several vines growing and most of them have at least one that is already hanging over the fence.. I woke up this morning to see that 2 of them have bloomed.. They look great. I cant wait for the day when the entire fence is covered with blue blooms!



Clematis Multi Blue Review by Debra Alexander - White Cloud, MI
Posted on 2012-06-02

These are wonderful and romantic looking flowers...Took awhile to get started but now I have a profusion of blue on blue flowers! Thank you Springhill!



Clematis Multi Blue Review by Debra Alexander - White Cloud, MI
Posted on 2012-06-02

These are wonderful and romantic looking flowers...Took awhile to get started but now I have a profusion of blue on blue flowers! Thank you Springhill!


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With the Clematis Multi Blue, double blooms in lilac hues burst forth in late spring to early summer and then again from late summer into fall. Colorful and compact, these clematis plants easily clamber over trellises, decorative vine supports or fences. The clematis flowers bloom with the first flush of roses and lilies, plus later spring-blooming shrubs.

Plant the Clematis Multi Blue at the back of borders for stature and a splash of color. These clematis plants, which reach 5 to 6 feet high and spread 3 to 4 feet, are prized for their large, showy blooms that grace the garden twice a year. Clematis flowers are often lilac-blue when young, later displaying deep violet-blue outer petals with a central cluster of smaller, pale blue petals. For best growth, cultivate these perennial flowers in light shade and humus-rich, well-drained alkaline soil.
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