Clematis FILIGREE™

  • Compact 12″ Tall,
  • Free Flowering,
  • Blooms May-July

Ships in Spring

Homeowner Tips

Clematis Prune Group 2 – These cultivars produce early season bloom on the previous season’s growth and late season flowers on new growth. Generally, these cultivars are only pruned to shape. In the early spring (February or March), prune them lightly above the first pair of new swollen leaf buds, removing about 12 inches from each shoot. Also remove any dead or weak stems at this time.

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Clematis FILIGREE™

  • Compact 12″ Tall,
  • Free Flowering,
  • Blooms May-July

Ships in Spring

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(Clematis) Filigree™ Clematis, a dwarf clematis, produces an abundance of flowers and it only reaches 12 inches tall! It produces single and semi-double flowers with silvery-blue petals and softly ruffled edges. This dwarf Clematis is exceptionally free-flowering from May through July with an occasional flower into the late summer. Planted in full sun to part shade locations Filigree™ is great for containers or as a mounding ground cover, it pairs beautifully with perennials and shrubs. With excellent disease resistance, Filigree™ can also handle the heat of the summer.

FILIGREE™ Clematis ‘Evipo 029’
Common Name: Clematis
Plant Type: Perennial
Hardiness Zone: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9What is my zone?
Max Height: 1 – 2 Feet
Max Spread: – 12 Inches
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Nature Attractions: Hummingbirds
Critter Resistance: Deer, Rabbit
Flower Color: Purple Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Moderate, Moist
Attributes: Cut Flower or Foliage
Design Use: Border, Combination Containers, Container, Ground Cover
Growth Habit: Ground Cover
Prune Group: Group 2
Homeowner Tips

Clematis Prune Group 2 – These cultivars produce early season bloom on the previous season’s growth and late season flowers on new growth. Generally, these cultivars are only pruned to shape. In the early spring (February or March), prune them lightly above the first pair of new swollen leaf buds, removing about 12 inches from each shoot. Also remove any dead or weak stems at this time.

Learn more about growing tips and caring for your Clematis Filigree™ and other Clematis.More Info

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Reviews

  1. Shellie | Zone: 6b

    So Pretty!
    I have this tough little guy growing in a container that receives afternoon shade. It has no problem enduring the winters, and is reliably covered in blooms throughout the spring. The flowers look bright white with a purple-tinted overlay. They glow in the afternoon shade. So pretty!

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