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A plethora of rosy red 2" blooms open on this compact 5-7' vine, adding color to your garden all summer and into fall! Facing outward to upward, the blooms nod at you on graceful stems. Easy to grow, unusual, and an asset to any garden! Zones 4-9. Clematis 'Princess Diana'. Full Sun to Partial Shade. Ships in 3" pot. • Blooms for Months • Easiest of Clematis to Grow • Unusual, Long, Flaring Blooms
Originating from a U.S. native, this Clematis bloom midsummer through fall, followed by silky swirls of fruit that last until frost. It adapt well to most any soil, even a poor rocky one, and tolerate drought, though do best when watered in dry spells. Grow on a trellis or fence, or through a shrub or small tree, planted with the crown 2-3" below soil level; mulch well and cut back to 6-8" in late winter.
These clematis are beautiful and so unusual. I didn't get a lot of blooms the first year but they are coming back strong this second year. I can't wait see them in bloom again.
Sep 30, 2016 | By Sheri
Woven through an antique white rose, she's a beauty. Unfortunately, even with a fair amount of shade she couldn't withstand the 100 degree heat. I'm having to reevaluate everything I plant. This Clematis stopped blooming in mid-June and it was planted a distance away where I water the rose. I also mulched the roots to keep them as cool as possible. I plan to cut the clemantis back to 6 in late winter and plant in a container. Do you have any suggestions? This is a beautiful plant and the blooms are pure perfection alone or winding their way through most anything.
Love this clematis!
Aug 31, 2016 | By Donna
I have had this clematis for 2 years now and it has been one of the most showy and best growing clematis' that I have ever seen. Neighbors and friends just gaze at it's beautiful bells!I would recommend this to anyone!