Dr. Ruppel Vining Clematis Plants produce very large rose-colored flowers that have a carmine-red bar down the center of each petal. The nearly 8-inch flowers appear in late-spring and re-bloom in fall. Prune back to swollen buds in early spring as early flowers bloom on the previous season's growth and late summer flowers appear on new growth. Clematis require moist soils to grow well. In northern gardens the do best in full sun but prefer lightly shaded areas in southern gardens. Deer seldom bother clematis.
Michele Jones on 10/2/2019 11:49:31 AM
Comment: The plant arrived in excellent condition & has even put on a bloom...
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