Clematis Nubia x1 7cm pot Growing Chart
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Clematis Nubia x1 7cm pot
- Rare compact patio clematis
- Deep red and romantic large flowers
- Easy to prune – cut down to 12 inches every February
- Attractive to pollinating insects like bees
- Height: 1.2m (4ft)
- 7cm potted plant on arrival
Enjoy the rare, rich-red flowers of clematis Nubia as they open up from big buds every summer and reveal large open petals in captivating crimson. Bred to grow compact Nubia is a delightful variety to grow in a pot and adorn on a sunny patio or balcony.
Clematis Nubia is a beautiful patio climber with flowers that accompany the dark colours of bedding like crimson petunia or contrasting white flowers of busy Lizzies, white lobelias and calibrachoas. Consider under-planting with annual bedding to accentuate the beautiful Nubia flowers.
Prune all the stems of Nubia back to around 30cm (12in) above the soil surface in February. Your plant then has time to re-establish over summer and reveal its glorious flowers for much of the summer. Flowers appear along the whole height of the stems when you prune this way, otherwise flowers tend to amass only at the top.
Give a rich feed of Plant Food Concentrate from Marshalls every spring to ensure the best show of flowers on healthy, thriving plants.
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- Quantity 1x 7cm Potted Plant
- Height Up To: 1.2m / 4ft
Delivery: Early April to Late July