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Size of Clematis plants we grow

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Size of Clematis plants we grow
Size of Clematis plants we grow

 

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This section is to show ths size of Clematis plants we grow. Our clematis are grown in 2 litre pots on 3 feet canes, they are all 2 years old and fully hardy when sent out. Our mail order boxes are 110cm tall, to allow for extra top growth in the height of summer.

 Please note that many Clematis are Deciduous, so in Wintertime they will arrive without leaves/flowers ( this is perfectly normal ). Some Clematis are Herbaceous, these types disapear totally under the ground ( like a Hosta does) and then re-shoot fresh from the root system ever year ( this is normal too).

 The later flowering types like viticella and texensis when purchased in spring may also be smaller than shown due to the later flowering period. The main factor is that we grow strong, fully hardy clematis that all have a 2 year old root system that has produced lots of nice healthy growth the previous year. At this age and standard of maturity they are able to be planted at anytime of year, and will thrive in your garden.

What we must remember, is that all clematis are planted for the following seasons flower (and not the same season) - so for example:- a clematis that says it flowers from June to September, when purchased in may (for example) will not flower from June to September that same season. It will be the following season.

The Clematis Society have a little rhyme that preach all the time:-

Year 1 sleeping

Year 2 creeping

Year 3 leaping!

We win the medals that we do, not only because our displays look fantastic, but because the judges can see from our sales tables just how well grown our sales plants are ( and at the end of the day these are the plants that we are selling to you and everyone else). We have the same high standard for all, whether you are a flowershow customer, an online customer or a nursery visitor. Everyone is Happy, and i can rest assured that each and every new customer will be too. Happy Gardening!,

Chris & Suzy
 

Detailed images

mature Clematis everytime

mature Clematis everytime



all grown on 3 feet canes

all grown on 3 feet canes



always 2 year old plants

always 2 year old plants



random shot of sales plants in a tunnel

random shot of sales plants in a tunnel



sometimes even 3 litre pots !

sometimes even 3 litre pots !



shooting fresh in march Group 2 Clematis

shooting fresh in march Group 2 Clematis



shooting fresh in march Group 2 clematis

shooting fresh in march Group 2 clematis



shooting fresh in march Group 3 clematis

shooting fresh in march Group 3 clematis



shooting fresh in march Group 1 clematis

shooting fresh in march Group 1 clematis



Clematis in Winter having been de-leaved

Clematis in Winter having been de-leaved



Clematis in Winter having been de-leaved

Clematis in Winter having been de-leaved



Clematis in Winter waiting to be de-leaved

Clematis in Winter waiting to be de-leaved



Clematis in Winter looking Autumnal

Clematis in Winter looking Autumnal



Clematis in winter going into their Dormant state

Clematis in winter going into their Dormant state



Clematis in Winter waiting to be de-leaved

Clematis in Winter waiting to be de-leaved



Clematis in Winter waiting to be de-leaved

Clematis in Winter waiting to be de-leaved



meet the team!

meet the team!



One of our Growing Tunnels

One of our Growing Tunnels



Down the way inbetween 10 tunnels

Down the way inbetween 10 tunnels



Another One of our Growing Tunnels

Another One of our Growing Tunnels



Another One of our Growing Tunnels

Another One of our Growing Tunnels



Another One of our Growing Tunnels

Another One of our Growing Tunnels



Another One of our Growing Tunnels being watered from overhead

Another One of our Growing Tunnels being watered from overhead



Another One of our Growing Tunnels

Another One of our Growing Tunnels



Another One of our Growing Tunnels

Another One of our Growing Tunnels



Another One of our Growing Tunnels

Another One of our Growing Tunnels



Another One of our Growing Tunnels

Another One of our Growing Tunnels



side of top greenhouse

side of top greenhouse



Top Greenhouse inside

Top Greenhouse inside



Top Greenhouse outside

Top Greenhouse outside



Bottom greenhouse

Bottom greenhouse



Triple Bay Tunnel (this new tunnel replaced 3 old tunnels)

Triple Bay Tunnel (this new tunnel replaced 3 old tunnels)



Triple Bay Tunnel bay 2

Triple Bay Tunnel bay 2



Triple Bay Tunnel bay 3

Triple Bay Tunnel bay 3



Our Other Triple Bay Tunnel from the right

Our Other Triple Bay Tunnel from the right



aounnd the back of the far tunnels

aounnd the back of the far tunnels



Our Other Triple Bay Tunnel from the left

Our Other Triple Bay Tunnel from the left



 

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