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Late-flowered

Clematis 'Floral Dance' PBR

Clematis 'Floral Dance' PBR

Late-flowered

Clematis 'Floral Dance' PBR

Clematis 'Floral Dance' PBR

Color of flowers violet
Plants height 2-2.5 m
Flowers size medium
Flowering month V, VII, VIII V, VII, VIII
Aspect S, E, W
Pruning way 3 (hard)
Frost hardiness 4 - 9 Zones 4 - 9

A new Polish cultivar of always double or semi-double, violet-blue flowers appearing on new growth. Raised by Szczepan Marczyński.


WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE:  Medium-sized flowers of 5-7 cm diameter, violet-blue with a purple stripe, always double. Consist of 35 elliptic sepals.  Stamens consist of yellow anthers set on violet-greenish filaments. The main blooming occurs from mid-June till the end of July and reappears (less profusely) at the end of September. Leaves are compound, bi- or trifoliate, sometimes unifoliate and heart-shaped.

HOW IT GROWS: Climber; uses leaf petioles to cling to supports. Reaches 2-2.5 m height.

WHERE TO PLANT: Thrives in well-lit but not overheated sites. Prefers fertile, moderately moist and well drained soils. Hardy (zone 4–9).

HOW TO PLANT AND GROW: Immerse the plant in its container in water for 10-30 minutes. Place the plant in a 60 x 60 x 60 cm pit with a 10 cm draining layer e.g. pebbles or gravel on the bottom. Empty a bucket of well-rotten manure or compost into the pit and fill it up with fertile soil. The plant should be placed in the pit 5-10 cm deeper than it was in the container. Plant at least 30 cm apart from walls or other plants (planting tutorial). Cover the base of the Clematis with bark mulch. Before winter the mulch layer should be piled around the plant base up to 10 cm. In April fertilize with Osmocote Substral 5-6 M and water generously throughout the vegetation period. At the end of February or the beginning of March remove dead growth and prune live shoots moderately – in the first year at around 30 cm from the ground, above the strong buds, in the second year – at 70 cm from the ground and in the following years – at 120-150 cm (pruning tutorial).

HOW TO APPLY: This cultivar is suitable for growing along trellises, obelisks and other garden supports as well as in large containers on balconies and terraces. It may climb over natural supports such as deciduous or coniferous shrubs.

ORIGIN: Poland. Raised by Szczepan Marczyński. On sale from 2021. More about cultivars from our nursery...

SIMILAR CULTIVARS: ‘Copernicus’PBR, ‘Kiri Te Kanawa’PBR

PBR - propagation without license is prohibited. License number UE EU 58391