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Multi Blue Clematis Plants

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  • Mauve-blue flowers
  • Fully double and semi-double blooms
  • Mild fragrance
  • Grows to 2.5/3m x 1m
  • Type: Early large-flowered
  • Habit: Climber
  • Pruning group 2
  • Repeat flowering May-June & Sept
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Multi Blue Clematis Plants

Multi Blue Clematis vines produce abundant displays of exotic looking double, pale mauve-blue blooms with striking, rich golden yellow central anthers. They are a flamboyant size, up to 20cm in diameter.
The main show is from May to June, with an encore in September, the later flush often being semi double.

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Great for your garden:

A perfect choice for growing in containers due to its compact habit. It is a valuable source of summer colour for even in the smallest garden. It can be grown on patios and even trained on balconies.

Its compact nature also means it's suitable for growing in the border, where it will happily scramble over host shrubs, adding interest and colour.

It can be grown through other more vigorous climbers up a frame or trellis and looks really lovely with climbing roses.


  • Flower colour: Mauve-blue
  • Flower shape: Fully double, semi double later in season
  • Fragrance: Mild
  • Repeating: Yes
  • Approximate flowering season: May - June & September
  • Final height and spread: 3m x 1m
  • Type: Early large-flowered
  • Habit: Climber
  • Pruning group 2

Look out for:

All Clematis can be affected by aphids from time to time. Spray if infestations get really bad.

Clematis wilt can occur. Avoid through mulching annually to encourage deep roots. Cut out infected stems and destroy, disinfect tools.

Slime flux can be an occasional problem. Damaged stems can be infected by the bacteria, which causes a smelly ooze from the affected area. Affected stems should be cut back to a healthy shoot, and the infected matter destroyed.

Did You Know? 

A relative late comer to the world of Clematis breeding, this sport of The President was raised by Bouter and Zoon of Holland in 1983. It is called Tidal Wave in the USA. 

Clematis have been the subject of fascination and delight in gardens for centuries. The name is derived from the Greek 'Klema' meaning vine like. The plant group was originally known as 'Atragene' or firecracker, due to the crackling noise that the vines of the wild C. vitalba, Old Man's Beard, make when placed on a fire.

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Planting and Care Instructions

How to grow 'Multi Blue' Clematis:

'Multi Blue' Clematis can be grown easily following the Clematis planting guide.

  • Prefers partial shade.
  • Can be grown in large containers - be sure to mulch annually and feed through the growing season.
  • Will grow in a well drained but moist, fertile soil.
  • Requires support through wires, trellis or frame.
  • Looks great climbing through the deep green foliage of evergreens.
  • Good through climbing or rambling roses with a later flowering season - works well with pink or white blooms.
  • Can be trained over a medium/large sized shrub in the border - particularly good over lime green or yellow foliage
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