Clematis SAPHYRA® Indigo 'Cleminov 51'

Exceptional flowering and low growth with this, the oldest variety of the SAPHYRA® range

This variety of Clematis is low growing: its shape is at first upright, then supple with flexible stems. The adult plant SAPHYRA ® Indigo reaches a height of 1.00 to 1.20 m.
The flowers, about 10 cm large, have 5 - 6 tepals, and are indigo coloured (dark purple-blue) at blossom time, then getting paler; the stamens are dark violet at first, becoming white at their base. Flowering is very prolific, from June to the autumn.

Trophies:

Bronze medal at Plantarium 2004 (Boskoop NETHERLANDS)
2014 SNA Retailer's Choice Awards (USA)

Hardiness : hardy (-25°C) hardy (-25°C)

Foliage : deciduous deciduous

Seasons of interest : summer summer

Seasons of interest : spring spring

 
Plant details
Height
1,00 /1,20 m
Habit
climbing
Hardiness
hardy (-25°C)
Foliage
deciduous
Foliage colour
green
Flowering period
printemps,été
Flowering colour
bleu,violet
Flower size
10 cm
Selected by :

INRAE / SAPHINOV
PBR / European PBR :

EU 20624
Protection :

UE- P.B.R - Protected variety and registered trademark, propagation without license is strictly forbidden

Clematis SAPHYRA®

The SAPHYRA ® range is perfectly suitable for landscaped areas and smaller gardens alike.
The plants are short and well ramified. Their growth is moderate and they can be used in low strucoeured plantations (maximum height 1,50 m) or as ground cover, together with shrubs and perennial plants for example.
They bloom profusely from May to September-October in sun or partial shade.
These are strong and easy plants, with excellent resistance to disease and frost, and suitale to be cut back mechanically (cut back to 20 cm from the ground, the new stems will grow naturally).

Licensed propagators
(wholesale)

Garden Tips

Use :

Can be planted with a small trellis support against a wall or in pottery, or left free to cover the soil, in clumps or associated with other plants.
Very hardy.

Type of soil :

Care :

Cut down short in early spring. Remove the faded flowers and pinch out to help the new flowers to form for the rest of the summer.

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