Clematis Anita

£14.50
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The pretty creamy-yellow nodding buds open to pure white outward-facing flowers.
Stock Status: In Stock
The pretty creamy-yellow nodding buds open to pure white outward-facing flowers.
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Clematis Anita
Clematis Anita
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The pretty creamy-yellow nodding buds open to pure white outward-facing flowers. This lovely clematis can be light  pruned depending on the area needing to be covered.

Also known as clematis tangutica 'Anita'.

Cultivation Advice
The tangutica clematis are extremely useful in the garden, providing colour and interest from mid-summer through to late autumn, with most producing excellent seed-heads for added interest in the winter months.  They cope well with hot, sunny situations and are drought tolerant, even thriving in poorer conditions where you would think they would struggle. They will not tolerate very heavy clay soils that sit waterlogged, nor any over-watering.  Very easy to grow and low maintenance with simple pruning. Avoid them becoming too excessively wet during their first autumn and winter in the ground or perhaps plant in the spring.

Specifications
  • Plant Size:
    Plants will usually be about 45-90cm tall on delivery, this can vary depending on the time of year and variety chosen. They are grown in 3 litre containers and are 2 years Old.
  • Aspect:
    Sun to Part Shade
  • Facing Aspect:
    South,East,West
  • Flowering Months:
    June - October
  • Average Flower Size (Inches):
    1.5
  • Average Height (Feet):
    12.5
  • Pruning:
    Hard in Feb/March (Group 3)
  • Soil Type:
    Well Drained
  • Hardiness Zone:
    H5 - Hardy - Cold Winter (-15C to -10C)
  • Suitable for Containers:
    No
  • Awards:
    No
  • Scented:
    No
  • Habit:
    Deciduous Climber
  • Group:
    Tangutica
  • Colour:
    White
  • Weight:
    1.5kg
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Long-lasting

I planted Anita in the autumn of 2012. In the summer of 2013, there were masses of pretty flowers and it flowered for a very long time during the autumn.

I have not seen it this spring yet, but I am hopeful.

I have planted it together with the climbing rose Altissimo and I am looking forward to seeing them both together.

Susanne July 2020