Clematis Crystal Fountain x1 3L Pot Growing Chart
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A bit squished in the box and some bits were broken but overall a good large plant.
quick delivery, the plant seems healthy but it is too soon to give a realistic evaluation because there are as yet no flower buds to comair with the advert picture
Clematis Crystal Fountain x1 3L Pot
- Extraordinary looking flower heads
- Introduced from Japan in 2002
- Compact habit that is great for pots
Known as the Fairy Queen clematis, the Clematis Crystal Fountain has extraordinarily stunning blooms. A small fountain of crystal-like stamens flow from the centre of violet-blue petals, making this variety of clematis a fantastic, floral focal point in any garden.
It has a wonderfully compact growing habit, so is ideal for pots on the patio or containers on a balcony. The Clematis Crystal Fountain is easy to grow, requires little maintenance and will reward you with wave after wave of pretty, purple-blue flowers that are 15cm wide and will flower throughout the summer.
Crystal Fountain will need to be planted in well-drained but moist soil and position where it has access to full or partial sunshine. Following these easy steps, you will be rewarded with a very strong plant that will continue to produce its unusual and exotic blooms up until winter.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x 3L Potted Clematis
- Height 3m / 9ft
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