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Clematis viticella 'Abundance'

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Clematis viticella Abundance:

Viticella Clematis are amongst the hardiest clematis in existence! Clematis viticella Abundance is a  free-flowering variety that brings masses of colour to the late summer garden. Flowers are small (5-7cm), a deep reddish-pink in colour and deeply veined, having an almost textured appearance. They are semi-nodding and each petal has a wavy edge.

The variety is extremely tough and reliable, preferring full sun but in reality, will tolerate most aspects. It will happily cope with coastal conditions too.

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Great for your garden:

Clematis viticella Abundance will perform best with its roots in deep moist soil. Easy and reliable, it will smother walls or garden structures giving a fabulous display from July to September.

Tolerates any aspect and coastal conditions. More compact than other varieties (final height of up to 3m) makes it perfect for scrambling through small and medium trees and shrubs. Looks fabulous paired with climbing roses or a blue-flowering ceanothus.

Abundance characteristics.

  • Flower colour: Deep pinky red
  • Flower shape: Semi-nodding
  • Fragrance: Unscented
  • Repeating: No
  • Approximate flowering season: July - September
  • Final height and spread: 3m x 1m
  • Pruning group: 3
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit



Look out for:

Abundance is very hardy and resistant - virtually pest and disease free making it a delight in any garden


Trivia:

This Clematis was introduced by Jackmans of Woking in 1939.

Images supplied by Clematis on the Web.
Julian de Bosdari


Planting times for barerrot plant is November to April
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