Ready to make a statement with your flowering vine? Start with Morning Mist. Its large flowers can grow up to 11" across, with stunning sepals that curve inward to show off the precious pink color on the reverse. A Clematis from the Vancouver series, it's a collector's favorite and often difficult to find in the US. It's bred to be free flowering, but the modern, compact habit makes it possible to feature it in container gardening. Clematis 'Morning Mist'
In our EZ Pruning Guide, this variety is in the YELLOW pruning category. It blooms best on old vine. Use caution when pruning to retain healthy stems from last season for best flowering.
Clematis 'Morning Mist'
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Height/Habit:30 - 60 inches
Spread:36 - 48 inches
Spacing:36 - 48 inches
Planting Instructions:YELLOW group vining clematis (potted, dormant or bareroot) should be planted 2-4" deeper than the current crown. This means you will plant roots,crown and come of the stem under the soil.
Winter Care:Apply a winter mulch around the base of the plant, especially in colder climates. Remove the mulch in early spring before growth starts.
Growth Rate:Fast, once established.
Flower Color:Pink, White
Flower Form:Large single wavy flowers have inwardly curving petals. 8-11" across.
Foliage Type:Medium green, simple palmate to pinnate leaves arranged alternately and opposite on the stems.
Pruning:In our EZ Pruning Guide, this variety is in the YELLOW category. It blooms best on old vines. Use caution when pruning to retain healthy stems from last season for best flowering.
Soil Requirement:Good drainage is important. Prefers rich, well-drained, moist soil.
Watering Requirement:Water weekly or more often in extreme heat or containers.
Additional Information:Part of the Clematis Vancouver™ Series bred by Clearview Horticultural.
Restricted States:AE AK GU HI PR
When will my order ship?
Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:
2021 Fall Shipping Schedule
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