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Clematis – ‘Hakuba’

Garden Height
72 - 96
Spacing
12 - 18
Spread
12 - 18
Habit
Climbing
Container Role
Spiller
Flower Size
Tall
Flower Colors
Purple
Light Level
Part Sun to Sun
Proven Selections

Vine

Maintenance Notes

Pruning group 2 - repeat bloomer, prune immediately after flowering
Bloom time - May/June and September

Clematis are placed into pruning groups (1, 2, or 3) based on bloom time, time of reblooming, and old wood/new wood blooming requirement. Most of the large-flowered clematis belong in pruning group 2 and flower in the spring on shoots from old wood and in the fall on new wood. Suggested pruning strategy is to cut back to 20 inches year 1, cut back to 30 inches year 2, and then prune to shape in the following years. Heavy pruning of mature plants may result in decreased blooming. Disease shouldn't be a problem. If you do have disease problems you can prune the plant to the ground and start over. If the roots survive the plant will come back.

Uses Notes

Use in landscapes or containers.

Maintenance Category Easy

Water Category Average

Bloom Time

Flower Form Container, Landscape