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Clematis hybrid Chloe™HJJ-Haz01 uspp#27665

New concept in clematis! Clematis Chloe ™ is  a heavy flowering compact blooming machine! The prolific vivid violet colored, bell shaped flowers are accented by white to violet filaments tipped with yellow anthers. With an early season start an advantage to growers and retailers, this little round beauty could be used in hanging baskets, display patio containers, garden specimen or how about a flowering hedge!

Flower diameter: 3-4 inches diameter with narrow four wavy sepals with prominent ridged bars coming to a point. The fruit heads are persistent.

Flower color: violet tones,outstanding filaments and stamens, integrifolia type, hybrid

Blooming season: continual blooming May through October

Mature Plant Size: 24″ x 24″

Zone: 4-9, cold hardy

Prune : the easiest! group 3. Chloe™ can be sheared mid-season, she blooms on new growth!

Inventor: Hazel Tsang Mei Lan from Hong Kong

Care: Plant in sun to partial shade in fertile soil.

Growing and Planting Clematis should always be planted in a deeply dug hole, loosened soil with plenty of added humus and nutrients. Clematis are quite able to adapt to most soil conditions. Extremely heavy soils, like clay or limestone can have their drainage improved by adding peat,compost and sand or grit. Always be sure of good drainage.  If your garden is acid, give a dressing of lime once a year.

The best time to plant clematis in the garden is between August-October, soil temperatures are good then and the roots can establish easier.

The best time to plant clematis in a container is in spring. A container will heat up quicker and the optimal temperature at the roots will be achieved.

Growing medium should be of highest quality.

Water regularly during the half year of summer and when watering, keep the lower leaves of the plant dry! Always feed with an application of well balanced general fertilizer and begin in April when growth starts. Further applications could be needed during the summer.

Prune:group 3, basically reduce all stems by 3/4 after bloom season in Fall.  Lightly prune in Spring and shear mid season. This clematis has repeat blooming, enjoy!

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