Clematis Juliane is a pretty deciduous climber with white flowers that bloom from spring into late autumn. It’s a good choice for containers and smaller gardens.
Clematis Juliane is a new breed of clematis from R. Evison that was released at the Chatsworth House Flower Show in 2017. It’s a repeat flowerer that buds up in mid spring and flowers freely until early autumn. The blooms are mid-sized, around 10 cms in diameter with a pretty mix of pure white petals and pink anthers that attract pollinators. Mid green ovate foliage sets off the clean white blooms and fluffy seed heads.
Height And Spread of Clematis Juliane Clematis Juliane is a small and compact clematis that will reach approximately 1.5 metres high and spread over a metre.
How Hardy Is Clematis Juliane Hardy down to minus temperatures if the roots are well drained. Clematis Juliane should be kept evenly moist in hot spells.
How To Use Clematis Juliane White clematis varieties like Juliane are an excellent addition to a white border and a good way to perk up a gloomy shaded corner. The white blooms go well with other brightly flowered clematis and set off bright summer bedding.
The pure white flowers enhance a pretty cottage garden and suit the clean lines of a modern urban space
Grow against a wall or fence in a fertile border or use a well-watered and fed container with a supporting trellis or obelisk. Julianne doesn’t grow too tall so it suits small garden spaces including balcony gardens.
How To Care For Clematis Juliane Clematis Juliane will grow in full sun to partial shade and prefers rich fertile soils. When planting add plenty of well-rotted manure to the planting hole and mulch every spring with compost and organic matter.
Plant the roots deeply as they enjoy cool soil and place crocks or pebbles around the roots to trap moisture in the hotter months.
Tranquillity copes with some exposure but it does best in a sheltered spot. Keep it moist in hot spells, feed well for the best blooms, and cut down the vines in winter to 20 cms above ground level. New shoots will appear in spring and grow to their full height.