Clematis 'Niobe'

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Height: 8-10 Feet Tall
Spread: 2-3 Feet Wide
Color: red flower
Full Sun Plants
Full Sun Perennial Plants
Zone: 4

Grower Notes:

Clematis 'Niobe' is commonly referred to as Niobe Clematis. This striking Clematis is an early-flowering selection that features large, velvety, deep red flowers that are 6 inch across. They contrast with its bright yellow anthers. Flowers hold their color well through the growing season and will bloom simultaneously on last year's growth from June through September.

Niobe Clematis is strong and vigorous, thriving in full to part sun in rich, evenly moist, well-drained soils. It belongs to the group of Clematis that flower in early summer on short shoots that develop from last year's growth. Some will flower again in late summer on new growth. Prune in late winter or early spring before new growth starts and after the first flush of flowers in early summer.

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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-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