The Clematis Nelly Moser'
The Clematis Nelly Moser is not only beautiful to look at, but also bears a heavenly-looking splendour of flowers. Once planted, one immediately falls in love with its large and beautifully coloured flowers. These show a pink colour gradient in various shades. The crimson-purple-red central stripe forms a beautiful contrast to the pale pink tips of the flowers.
Support your clematis as it grows
The flowering season is between May and June. With a bit of luck, you can enjoy a second flowering between August and September; depending on the weather, even into the first frost. Clematis, also called clematis, love a shady root zone. In order for the clematis to grow tall, it needs climbing aids in the form of trellises or pergolas. The plants are grown in pots, so you can use these plants all year round.
Vines in your garden
Clematis patens'Nelly Moser' belongs to the patens group. This group of clematis blooms with the largest flowers. They flower twice a year. The first flowering season is around May-June with white-pink flowers, a second flowering season follows between July and September. Pruning is not necessary, but can be done when this garden plant becomes too large. This is best done after the first flowering of Clematis patens 'Nelly Moser' as this woodland vine flowers on old wood. This means that once the plant is cut back, it will not flower in the first year. Do not prune this plant more than every two years to enjoy it to the full.
Combine the clematis'Nelly Moser'
Clematis patens 'Miss Bateman' belongs to the patens group. This group of clematis has the largest flowers. Pruning is not necessary, but can be carried out when this garden plant becomes too large. This is best done with Clematis patens 'Miss Bateman' after the first flowering, as this woodland vine flowers on the old wood.
Buy Wood Vine - Clematis'Nelly Moser'
We recommend buying 3 - 4 plants for a running metre
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use the woodland vine 'Nelly Moser' all year round.