Vino™ is perfect if you are in the market for something to spruce up your fence or arbor! With Vino’s™ dazzling 7 inch magenta flowers, and hints of red stripes down the center of each petal; Vino™ will add loads of living color to any landscape. The center of each flower is filled with light yellow stamens that add a nice contrast to the magenta color. Flowers appear in the early summer, and lightly re-bloom in the fall. Hummingbirds and butterflies will soon be surrounding your clematis for a breath-taking view. If you live within zones 4 to 9, Vino™ is well suited for your area. Early blooms come from the previous season growth followed by later blooms from current seasons growth placing Vino™ into prune group 2. Train it to climb up your mailbox, lattice near your patio, or create a blooming trellis! Clematis are always stealing the show, and Vino is no exception, and she will become the envy of all your garden visitors. Place it in a sunny place that gets a little shade, and Vino will thrive happily! Make sure, as with all clematis, to mulch the soil to keep the roots cool.This plant can be trained to weave over fences and trellises and is an exciting counterpart to a climbing rose. The Vino makes an eye-catching border, and butterflies are sure to flock to its blooms.
Beautiful, large cream flowers with contrasting mauve tipped stamens, continue to bloom freely over a long season..An excellent vine for adding vertical interest to the landscape on a fence or trellis, or along rock walls. Deciduous.”Head in the sun, feet in the shade” – that’s the old adage for success with clematis. They thrive when the vine itself gets plenty of sunshine, while the base of the plant and roots enjoy cool, shady conditions. You can accomplish this with mulch, by planting it where the root zone is sheltered by a neighboring shrub, or with some slate or rocks, which mimics how clematis grow in nature. This group blooms later and from new growth. These should be pruned in February or March as new leaf buds begin to show low on the plant. Also remove all dead material above the buds and clean out any old or mildewed foliage at this time.