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Clematis "Prince Charles"
Scientific Name: Clematis viticella cv. 'Prince Charles' Hort.
Synonym:
Family: Ranunculaceae
Clematis Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 2-9,14-17,31-41
USDA: 6-9

Heat Tolerance: Questionable in Phoenix, keep the roots cool

Sun Exposure: Sun, keep roots in the shade

Origin: Garden

Growth Habits: Deciduous vine, can be trained into a small tree, 8 feet tall (2.5 m), 7 feet spread (2 m)

Watering Needs: Regular water

Propagation: Tip cuttings under mist (takes a couple of months to root)


Introduced by Jim Fisk in 1986 after being received by him from Alister Keay in New Zealand, who had found it as an unnamed cultivar. It is similar to the Clematis 'Perle d'azur', but stay smaller, and less rangy.

Blooming Habits:
Free flowering from mid summer to early fall.

Fruiting Habits:

Links:
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Clematis propagation


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