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Candida Clematis
Candida Clematis

Ranunculaceae Clematis Lanuginosa Candida

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We ship our Clematis vines starting May 1 and ending September 31.
Grows InZone 4A · -30° to -25° F through Zone 9B · 25° to 30° F
Sun ExposureFull / Mostly Sun, Morning Sun / Evening Shade, Morning Shade / Evening Sun
Soil DrainageWell Drained
Resistent ToHeat
Flower ColorWhite
BloomsSpring Blooms, Summer Blooms, Early Summer Blooms
Foliage ColorDark Green
Average Height6' to 8'
Average Width1' to 2'
AttractsHummingbirds, Visual Attention
FragrancesNone
Additional Information About Candida Clematis

More about Candida Clematis...

Noteworthy Characteristics

Clematis lanuginosa 'Candida' is extremely popular because of its huge, brilliant 7-9" white flowers. Yellow anthers add the finishing touch. A very vigorous grower and profuse bloomer that provides an extraordinary sight when in full bloom! We think this is one of if not the best white flowering Clematis.

Details

USDA Zones:  4A-9B

Bloom Season: Early-Mid Summer, Late Summer-Early Fall
Bloom Color:  White
Bloom Size:  7-9 inch
Bloom Type:  Single
Light Requirements:  Full Sun or Part Shade
Moisture Requirements:  Moist, well-drained
Height:  8-12 feet
Width:  3-6 feet
Habit:  Vining
Other Notable Attributes:  Enormous flowers!
Uses:  Arbors & Arches, Borders, Containers, Fences, Groundcover, Mailbox, Posts, Rails, Shrub Climber, Tree Climber, Trellises & Partitions

Pruning

Clematis Pruning Group 2
Clematis Group 2 consists of all the early large-flowered hybrid clematis that bloom in late sping or early summer and sometimes again in late summer. These should be pruned lightly in late winter or early spring. Pruning consists of removing weak and crossing shoots then thinning down the plant to a structure of evenly spaced one and two year old stems. Cut each stem just above a pair of healthy buds. If the vine thins at the bottom you can often force a flush of new growth from the base by cutting the vine back to 18 inches immediately after the flush of bloom in June.

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