Clematis BOURBON Evipo018

£17.00
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Glorious vibrant red margins merge to deep rose-pink at the centre and have a prominent crown of contrasting yellow stamens. Always a stunning sight on our Chelsea displays.
Received a Top Award in a Popular Garden Magazine Dec 2020.

Stock Status: Sold Out
Glorious vibrant red margins merge to deep rose-pink at the centre and have a prominent crown of contrasting yellow stamens. Always a stunning sight on our Chelsea displays.
Received a Top Award in a Popular Garden Magazine Dec 2020.

Temporarily out of stock - we have more growing on
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Clematis BOURBON Evipo018
Clematis BOURBON Evipo018
Clematis BOURBON Evipo018
Clematis BOURBON Evipo018
Clematis BOURBON Evipo018
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Glorious vibrant red margins merge to deep rose-pink at the centre and have a prominent crown of contrasting yellow stamens. Always a stunning sight on our Chelsea displays.
Received a Top Award in a Popular Garden Magazine Dec 2020.

Cultivation Advice.

These clematis prefer a good quality soil with high nutrient levels and a soil which is moist but free-draining. Improve planting holes with at least 2 forkfuls of well rotted manure or garden compost and if you don't have these use a 'Soil Improver' compost. The improvement material added should be placed under the root of the plant not around it. This encourages the roots to grow downwards and remain deep and cool during summer.There is no need to deadhead these clematis, however if they appear to have finished flowering earlier than you expected, there is no harm in giving them a light trim to encourage new growth and a secondary flowering late in the autumn.

Specifications
  • Group:
    Mid-Summer To Autumn
  • Brand:
    Raymond Evison
  • Weight:
    1.5kg
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not my favourite Evison

This clematis has been very grudging with its flowers in my garden. And the colour here in Spain is a little grungy. It may work better in a cooler climate.

Bird July 2020