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MARIE LOUISE JENSEN™ CLEMATIS
CLEMATIS MARIE LOUISE JENSEN

Clematis 'Marie Louise Jensen' PP21,713


CLEMATIS MARIE LOUISE JENSEN

Genus: CLEMATIS
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Height:
Spread: 3 Feet Wide
Color: purple flower
Full Sun Plants
Full Sun Perennial Plants
Perennial
Zone: 4
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CLEMATIS MARIE LOUISE JENSEN
Grower Notes:

Marie Louise Jensen™ Clematis is a fast-growing climbing Clematis that produces large, purple blooms with ruffled edges that are a darker maroon, giving it a two-tone color effect. It is a repeat bloomer with double flowers in spring and single flowers in late summer and early fall. It is a compact variety that grows just 5-7 feet tall and is ideal for containers and small spaces.

The Marie Louise Jensen™ falls in Group 2 (Group B) pruning: prune late winter/early spring (February) by pruning just above a pair of healthy buds. You can then prune again after the first flush of flowers to encourage a second flush.




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Clematis Reference Guide

Clematis Types:

Mid Season - Big Flowers:
Flowers from May to June on previous season's growth. Heavy blooms May-June followed by second smaller flush in September on current season's growth.

Dr. Ruppel Clematis | Elsa Spaeth Clematis | Marie Louise Jensen Clematis | Miss Bateman Clematis | Nelly Moser Clematis | Pink Champagne Clematis | Sunset Clematis

Blooms simultaneous on last year's and current season's growth from June to September.

Dr. Ruppel Clematis | Henryi Clematis | Niobe Clematis

Late Season:
Blooms on new, current season's growth. Last year's stems will not bloom and can be pruned in late winter/early spring.

Comtesse De Bouchard Clematis | Earnest Markham Red Clematis | Jackmanii Clematis | Lady Betty Balfour Clematis | Polish Spirit Clematis | Sweet Summer Love Clematis | Viticella Rubra Clematis

Non-Climbing:
Non-vining, but would benefit from some support. Blooms into early summer. Dies back completely every year.

Violet Stardust Clematis

Sweet Autumn Clematis:
For Partial Shade! Fragrant Sweet Autumn blooms from September to October on current year's growth.

Sweet Autumn Clematis