Multi Blue Clematis Plants feature a unique, 5-inch, deep blue, fully double flowers that appear in summer. Multi Blue is an early bloomer and will often offer a second bloom in late summer / fall. Prune after the first flowering to encourage a second flush. Clematis require moist soils to grow well. In northern gardens they do best in full sun but prefer lightly shaded areas in southern gardens. Deer seldom bother clematis.
Common Names: Leatherflower, Traveler’s Joy
Clematis Companion Plants: Dahlia, Phlox, Salvia
Multi Blue Clematis Plant Care Instructions: Plants do best with a climbing support and with a few inches of mulch to keep their roots cool. Flowers are produced on old growth only, so plants should not be pruned unless the stem ends become damaged, or for shaping.