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FAQs

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS

This question was asked by
- Nancy

Do all of these BOULEVARD Clematis I've listed below bloom all summer? Or do some bloom and then rebloom some time later? Boulevard Abilene Boulevard Corrine Boulevard Samaritan Jo Boulevard Ninon Boulevard Alaina Boulevard Cezanne Boulevard Neva Boulevard Acropolis Boulevard Edda Boulevard Ines Boulevard Nubia Thank you so much! Nancy

Hi Nancy, yes all the above have the ability to bloom all summer, however they do need to be routinely deadheaded in order for this to happen and they also need a steady flow of feed throughout the flowering season to achieve a good long flush.
as all our plants are 2 years old when they come out to you, they stand the best chance of doing this quicker for you.
Hope this helps
Thanks
Chris


BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

clematis that will trail

This question was asked by
- dan

Hello I was wondering if you had any clematis that would trail down a wall? Ideally a group 3 type. The wall is 4ft high Thanks Dan

Hi dan, yes any of our boulevard collection would do the job happily (see them at the link below) we have grown them in hanging baskets here on the nursery
as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

small clematis

This question was asked by
- william

Hi. Advice please. Thinking about a small clematis to smother a chunky piece of branched driftwood about 1m (1 meter) high. Good loam soil but not full sun, patchy shade. Dont want it to run to much. Thinking about Chelsea(?white) or would there be a red one? Thanks Bill

Hi bill yes the dwarf ones are available in all colours please find a link to 2 pages of them below
Hope this helps

Boulevard Collection ( low growing clematis )

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

Doubling up of clematis grown on structure/raised beds

This question was asked by
- Jayne

Hello. We have 4 square raised beds (approx 18 high) which sit at the foot of a 4-sided metal gazebo. I want to plant tall clematis on each of the legs with the intention that these grow over the gazebo and all meet in the centre. But I am wondering if it would be possible to also grow a shorter variety at the foot of each taller one to add to the display. Our garden is on a floodplain, hence the raised beds, and is in a frost pocket. Am I being too ambitious?

Hi Jane sorry for the late reply but we have been mega busy this week with mail order.
Yes it sounds like a good idea I would suggest using our viticella types for the height on the uprights then some of our boulevard collection for lots of flower nearer the bottom . This will work very well and is used by many garden designers to achieve this effect. Please find the links below

Clematis - Viticella

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS

This question was asked by
- Nancy

Do all of these BOULEVARD Clematis I've listed below bloom all summer? Or do some bloom and then rebloom some time later? Boulevard Abilene Boulevard Corrine Boulevard Samaritan Jo Boulevard Ninon Boulevard Alaina Boulevard Cezanne Boulevard Neva Boulevard Acropolis Boulevard Edda Boulevard Ines Boulevard Nubia Thank you so much! Nancy

Hi Nancy, yes all the above have the ability to bloom all summer, however they do need to be routinely deadheaded in order for this to happen and they also need a steady flow of feed throughout the flowering season to achieve a good long flush.
as all our plants are 2 years old when they come out to you, they stand the best chance of doing this quicker for you.
Hope this helps
Thanks
Chris


BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

clematis that will trail

This question was asked by
- dan

Hello I was wondering if you had any clematis that would trail down a wall? Ideally a group 3 type. The wall is 4ft high Thanks Dan

Hi dan, yes any of our boulevard collection would do the job happily (see them at the link below) we have grown them in hanging baskets here on the nursery
as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

small clematis

This question was asked by
- william

Hi. Advice please. Thinking about a small clematis to smother a chunky piece of branched driftwood about 1m (1 meter) high. Good loam soil but not full sun, patchy shade. Dont want it to run to much. Thinking about Chelsea(?white) or would there be a red one? Thanks Bill

Hi bill yes the dwarf ones are available in all colours please find a link to 2 pages of them below
Hope this helps

Boulevard Collection ( low growing clematis )

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

Doubling up of clematis grown on structure/raised beds

This question was asked by
- Jayne

Hello. We have 4 square raised beds (approx 18 high) which sit at the foot of a 4-sided metal gazebo. I want to plant tall clematis on each of the legs with the intention that these grow over the gazebo and all meet in the centre. But I am wondering if it would be possible to also grow a shorter variety at the foot of each taller one to add to the display. Our garden is on a floodplain, hence the raised beds, and is in a frost pocket. Am I being too ambitious?

Hi Jane sorry for the late reply but we have been mega busy this week with mail order.
Yes it sounds like a good idea I would suggest using our viticella types for the height on the uprights then some of our boulevard collection for lots of flower nearer the bottom . This will work very well and is used by many garden designers to achieve this effect. Please find the links below

Clematis - Viticella

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS

This question was asked by
- Nancy

Do all of these BOULEVARD Clematis I've listed below bloom all summer? Or do some bloom and then rebloom some time later? Boulevard Abilene Boulevard Corrine Boulevard Samaritan Jo Boulevard Ninon Boulevard Alaina Boulevard Cezanne Boulevard Neva Boulevard Acropolis Boulevard Edda Boulevard Ines Boulevard Nubia Thank you so much! Nancy

Hi Nancy, yes all the above have the ability to bloom all summer, however they do need to be routinely deadheaded in order for this to happen and they also need a steady flow of feed throughout the flowering season to achieve a good long flush.
as all our plants are 2 years old when they come out to you, they stand the best chance of doing this quicker for you.
Hope this helps
Thanks
Chris


BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

clematis that will trail

This question was asked by
- dan

Hello I was wondering if you had any clematis that would trail down a wall? Ideally a group 3 type. The wall is 4ft high Thanks Dan

Hi dan, yes any of our boulevard collection would do the job happily (see them at the link below) we have grown them in hanging baskets here on the nursery
as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

small clematis

This question was asked by
- william

Hi. Advice please. Thinking about a small clematis to smother a chunky piece of branched driftwood about 1m (1 meter) high. Good loam soil but not full sun, patchy shade. Dont want it to run to much. Thinking about Chelsea(?white) or would there be a red one? Thanks Bill

Hi bill yes the dwarf ones are available in all colours please find a link to 2 pages of them below
Hope this helps

Boulevard Collection ( low growing clematis )

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

Doubling up of clematis grown on structure/raised beds

This question was asked by
- Jayne

Hello. We have 4 square raised beds (approx 18 high) which sit at the foot of a 4-sided metal gazebo. I want to plant tall clematis on each of the legs with the intention that these grow over the gazebo and all meet in the centre. But I am wondering if it would be possible to also grow a shorter variety at the foot of each taller one to add to the display. Our garden is on a floodplain, hence the raised beds, and is in a frost pocket. Am I being too ambitious?

Hi Jane sorry for the late reply but we have been mega busy this week with mail order.
Yes it sounds like a good idea I would suggest using our viticella types for the height on the uprights then some of our boulevard collection for lots of flower nearer the bottom . This will work very well and is used by many garden designers to achieve this effect. Please find the links below

Clematis - Viticella

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS

This question was asked by
- Nancy

Do all of these BOULEVARD Clematis I've listed below bloom all summer? Or do some bloom and then rebloom some time later? Boulevard Abilene Boulevard Corrine Boulevard Samaritan Jo Boulevard Ninon Boulevard Alaina Boulevard Cezanne Boulevard Neva Boulevard Acropolis Boulevard Edda Boulevard Ines Boulevard Nubia Thank you so much! Nancy

Hi Nancy, yes all the above have the ability to bloom all summer, however they do need to be routinely deadheaded in order for this to happen and they also need a steady flow of feed throughout the flowering season to achieve a good long flush.
as all our plants are 2 years old when they come out to you, they stand the best chance of doing this quicker for you.
Hope this helps
Thanks
Chris


BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

clematis that will trail

This question was asked by
- dan

Hello I was wondering if you had any clematis that would trail down a wall? Ideally a group 3 type. The wall is 4ft high Thanks Dan

Hi dan, yes any of our boulevard collection would do the job happily (see them at the link below) we have grown them in hanging baskets here on the nursery
as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.
Hope this helps


BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

small clematis

This question was asked by
- william

Hi. Advice please. Thinking about a small clematis to smother a chunky piece of branched driftwood about 1m (1 meter) high. Good loam soil but not full sun, patchy shade. Dont want it to run to much. Thinking about Chelsea(?white) or would there be a red one? Thanks Bill

Hi bill yes the dwarf ones are available in all colours please find a link to 2 pages of them below
Hope this helps

Boulevard Collection ( low growing clematis )

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy

Doubling up of clematis grown on structure/raised beds

This question was asked by
- Jayne

Hello. We have 4 square raised beds (approx 18 high) which sit at the foot of a 4-sided metal gazebo. I want to plant tall clematis on each of the legs with the intention that these grow over the gazebo and all meet in the centre. But I am wondering if it would be possible to also grow a shorter variety at the foot of each taller one to add to the display. Our garden is on a floodplain, hence the raised beds, and is in a frost pocket. Am I being too ambitious?

Hi Jane sorry for the late reply but we have been mega busy this week with mail order.
Yes it sounds like a good idea I would suggest using our viticella types for the height on the uprights then some of our boulevard collection for lots of flower nearer the bottom . This will work very well and is used by many garden designers to achieve this effect. Please find the links below

Clematis - Viticella

BOULEVARD Collection PATIO CLEMATIS


Chris and Suzy


 
 
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