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Clematis Betty Corning

Taylors Clematis: viticella  


viticella Clematis Betty Corning

viticella Clematis Betty Corning


Latin Name

viticella
Pot size when delivered Sent out in Large 2 litre pots, (8 inches deep x 5 inches wide)
Size when delivered In most cases plants are around 1 metre high when sent out (depending on growth rate & time of year)
Age when delivered All our plants are at least 2 years old when sent out

Colour

Mauve-pink

Pruning group

Prune Hard - Group 3 - Medium sized flowers

Aspect

Any Aspect

Flowering Time

July to September

Height

8 - 10ft (2.5 - 3m)

Species

Clematis - Viticella
 

Price:

£12.00

 
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The Clematis viticella Betty Corning is a highly scented viticella variety, that climbs very well up anything also good for trees too, it has a very nice bell shaped pinky mauve flowers from july to sept. Betty Corning can also be grown in a pot/container too. The viticella species are very tough and versitile they will thrive in places where others might fail.
Also suitable for containers Also suitable for containers
Award of Garden Merit Award of Garden Merit
Scented plant Scented plant
Attract Butterflies & Bees to your garden with this plant Attract Butterflies & Bees to your garden with this plant
Sent out in Large 2 litre pots, (8 inches deep x 5 inches wide) Sent out in Large 2 litre pots, (8 inches deep x 5 inches wide)
In most cases plants are around 1 metre high when sent out (depending on growth rate & time of year) In most cases plants are around 1 metre high when sent out (depending on growth rate & time of year)
All our plants are at least 2 years old when sent out All our plants are at least 2 years old when sent out
 

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Detailed images

Clematis Betty Corning close up nodding

Clematis Betty Corning close up nodding



Clematis Betty Corning up the bloom shot

Clematis Betty Corning up the bloom shot



Clematis Betty Corning group shot

Clematis Betty Corning group shot



Clematis Betty Corning old pic close up

Clematis Betty Corning old pic close up



Clematis Betty Corning Masses of bell shaped flowers, scented

Clematis Betty Corning Masses of bell shaped flowers, scented



 

FAQs

viticella pruning

This question was asked by
- Mary J

I'm in the process of putting together an order for a pergola which already has two climbing roses recently planted - The Pilgrim and scarlet Cascade. I wanted to plant viticella (something Corning?) with the scarlet rose, as I thought the nodding heads and the colour would blend prettily, but worry about the pruning as I am elderly and couldn't reach up and yank ! any suggestions would be much appreciated. Iam looking to plant up to four, including Armandii snowdrift, hopefully. Advice would be much appreciated - I really want you to say that I don't really need to prune to viticella but I worry it may get out of hand.

Hi Mary, Viticella types only flower on new growth, so if you didn't prune them the flowers would get higher and higher ( or in your case further over the pergola each year) thus making the bottom all bare stems and no flowers.


When it comes round to pruning early march, the clematis don't have any leaves on them (they are just 'dead sticks' in effect) so they don't take much pulling out after cutting them really.

I suppose it would not be the end of the world if you just cut them and then left all the old stems exactly where they are - as the fresh growth would just about cover them anyway.

I hope this helps, and the one you speak of is called 'betty corning' please click the link below

Betty Corning

Chris and Suzy


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