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Clematis Fukuzono Clematis Fukuzono is a deciduous climber prized for its large and striking deep violet flowers. These beautiful star-shaped purple blooms are produced in abundance from July right through to September. In addition to being highly decorative, these gorgeous blossoms also produce pollen so they will gladly be visited by bees, earning this clematis variety the RHS Perfect for Pollinators badge.
Height and Spread of Clematis Fukuzono This compact climber will grow to be from 1 to 1.5 metres high, with a spread of 50 centimetres to 1 metre.
How Hardy is Clematis Fukuzono Fully hardy in all of the United Kingdom and Northern Europe, this tough Clematis will survive even if the temperatures drop to -20 degrees Celsius.
How To Use Clematis Fukuzono A rarely offered, new introduction from Japan, Clematis Fukuzono will look stunning in any garden, but particularly when trained against a structure such as arbours and garden archways. Our Clematis plants are large, mature, strong plants perfect to give your garden instant impact, so you won’t have to wait for long before you get to enjoy all this lovely variety! For an even greater impact in the garden, consider pairing Clematis Fukuzono with other climbers: with its purple showy flowers, it makes an ideal companion plant to Trachelospermum Jasminoides.
How To Care For Clematis Fukuzono Clematis are woodland climbers and their upper reaches do like to be in a sunny position. They should have plenty of space to climb and sprawl with lots of air and movement. The best combination is to keep the roots cool, while the rest of the plant reaches for the sunshine. As a result, Clematis Fukuzono does best in partial shade or full sun (with mulch or pebbles over the roots), and can even be used to underplant trees. Choose moisture-retentive, well-drained soil for planting. This deciduous climber can also be grown in containers with great success.