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Clematis Princess Kate

Hard-to-find beauty, an absolute must for clematis collectors.
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Clematis Princess Kate

Hard-to-find beauty, an absolute must for clematis collectors.
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  • 81226
  • Clematis Princess Kate
  • Fall
  • $29.99
  • 08889
  • Clematis Princess Kate
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  • Show off this clem's unusual trumpet shape and prolific blooms on a tall trellis
  • Unique reverse coloring creates a striking appearance
  • Winner of the Plantarium Gold Medal & Best New Introduction awards

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There is nothing like this clematis in existence--Princess Kate is a true collector's clem and a sheer joy to grow. First hybridized in celebration of the wedding of Catherine Middleton to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, the award-winning Clematis Princess Kate is congenial, fashion-forward, and totally majestic. White, trumpet shaped flowers feature a sunfast reverse, with the darker color on the outside of the sepals. This contrasting color effect is the height of elegance, and this sought-after perennial is hard to find in the United States.

This Clematis delivers upward-facing flowers in droves, and creates a striking focal point near a patio or set as with a trellis as a mid-yard accent. Be sure to use a trellis, arch, or pergola of adequate height, so that the vines may spread out to showcase each flower. Clematis Princess Kate mingles well with other clematis, making it the perfect plant for a true clematis enthusiast. Try pairing with a contrasting purple clematis for striking look, or create a colorful design with red clematis such as Huvi or Sunset. This plant gets larger and better with each successive year—you won't regret investing in this majestic plant. Clematis 'Zoprika' PP23850

In our EZ Pruning Guide, this variety is in the GREEN pruning category. These Clematis bloom on new vines that emerge from the ground each year or stems from near the bottom of older vines. Prune hard in the spring and as often as you like to encourage reblooming and keep the plant as tidy as you like.

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