Clematis 'Roguchi'

(18 customer reviews)
  • 2″ Bell-Shaped Flower,
  • Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds,
  • Longest Blooming

Ships in Spring

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Clematis 'Roguchi'

(18 customer reviews)
  • 2″ Bell-Shaped Flower,
  • Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds,
  • Longest Blooming

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(Clematis) Ring in season long color to your garden with Clematis ‘Roguchi’. A member of the Japanese clematis family, ‘Roguchi’ features unusual 2-3 inch bell-shaped flowers that hang off the vine. Featuring intense, deep blue/purple flowers with lighter blue curved petals. Blooming from June through September, ‘Roguchi’ is one of the longest blooming clematis we carry. This lax clinger can reach heights of 6-9 feet tall, and has a slight fragrance. Free flowering and hardy in zones 4-8, ‘Roguchi’ attracts butterflies and hummingbirds to its bell-shaped blooms. A perfect selection for container gardens, adding vertical height to landscapes, foundations or perennial gardens.

Flower color may vary due to environment.

Clematis ‘Roguchi’
Common Name: Clematis
Plant Type: Perennial
Hardiness Zone: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8What is my zone?
Max Height: 6 – 9 Feet
Max Spread: 2 Feet
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Nature Attractions: Bee-Friendly, Butterflies, Hummingbirds
Critter Resistance: Deer, Rabbit
Flower Color: Blue Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Moderate, Moist
Attributes: Cut Flower or Foliage, Deciduous, Fragrant
Design Use: Trellis or Wall
Growth Habit: Climbing
Prune Group: Group 3
Homeowner Tips

Learn more about growing tips, clematis prune groups and how to care for your Clematis ‘Roguchi’ and other Clematis. See How to care for Clematis.

For general growing tips and how to care for your perennials. View Garden Crossings How to care for Perennials page.

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18 reviews for Clematis ‘Roguchi’

  1. judith b

    I have several of these. They are beautiful and long lasting blooms. For me they do well growing up through large shrubs (burning bush, junipers, snowballs). We have a lot of wind and these fare better than many clematis. I have about 50, mostly from Garden Crossings. I recommend Roguchi for beautiful gardens!

  2. Jurgita

    The first time I ordered, sent very healthy, very living plants! I am very happy!😍

  3. Rebecca Thornton

    I’m wondering if I cut back my roguchi, in the spring

    • Heidi Grasman

      Yes, you can trim Roguchi in the spring or fall.

  4. Anne K – Facebook Review

    I’ve had this clematis for quite a few years and it’s beautiful! Comes back strong every year here in SW Michigan. I’ve had many compliments on it!

  5. Patti | Zone: 8b

    Fabulous
    Purchased Roguchi last year and planted it in a spot that got little sun. This year I planted it in a large pot with other plants in the sun and its thriving! Fabulous, unique dark blue bell shaped blooms.

  6. John S | Zone: 7b

    Many Blooms
    Grew well and had many blooms. No fragrance at all.

  7. Mary S | Zone: 6b

    Great Color
    I have this plant. The color is great but the problem is that in order to enjoy the blooms I have to stand right next to it. From a few feet away in my kitchen, what I see is a dark green vine. The blooms are hardly visible. I wish that weren’t the case.

  8. Sandy | Zone: 8a

    Mind Blowing
    I use this wonderful plant to ramble over and among pink Knock Out Roses. Mind blowing! Appears to be part of the rose plant. I want many more.

  9. Charlene | Zone: 7a

    Perfect Plant
    Interesting that another reviewer’s plant is doing great in the shade. I have mine exposed to full, unrelenting sun all day and it really thrives. It blooms from spring to the first frost and never stops and is drought tolerant. The perfect plant!

  10. Charlene | Zone: 7a

    Perfect Plant
    Interesting that another reviewer’s plant is doing great in the shade. I have mine exposed to full, unrelenting sun all day and it really thrives. It blooms from spring to the first frost and never stops and is drought tolerant. The perfect plant!

  11. Gwen | Zone: 5

    Fabulous Clematis
    An absolutely fabulous clematis. I have had it for several years now. And it just keeps getting better. Several have asked what type of plant it is, and they are quite surprised when I reply; it’s a Clematis.””

  12. Marilyn | Zone: 7

    Unusual Variety
    I planted this clematis about 5 weeks ago. It has just started flowering and it has the daintiest, purple-blue flowers. I’m sure as the plant matures, the size of the flowers will get larger. This is such an unusual variety of clematis and I love it…especially on my white trellis. I planted a red clematis on the other side of the trellis with the hopes of a red, white and blue theme at maturity! Buy this plant; you won’t be disappointed!

  13. Belinda | Zone: 6b

    Easy to Grow
    I have grown this clematis for four years and love the blooms. Summer of 2009 it did have powdery mildew while I was deployed to Iraq. Upon returning home, I cut it back dramatically. I started growing again and was healthy. Very easily grown and minimal care.

  14. Peggy C | Zone: 7b

    Blooms Heavily!
    This plant is in mostly shade, and still blooms heavily! The flowers are such a beautiful shade of blue/purple. The only problem I have had is that it was covered in mildew last summer (and this is in arid high desert in AZ mountains) – I plan to move it this spring to a pot in the sunshine. This will be its’ 3rd year in my garden – Love it!

  15. Lee | Zone: 6a

    Focal Point
    I have grown this plant for 3 years. Although it was originally described as a shorter growing clematis, it grows to 8-9 ft. after being cut to the ground in late winter. It has consistently been covered in flowers all summer, and has the most beautiful blue-dark purple bells. It is a real focal point in our front garden, and people are always surprised that it is a clematis. Easy and the best!

  16. Joan | Zone: 7

    A Pure Joy
    This is the only Clematis I have found in 25 years that will bloom reliably with limited sun. Limited meaning about 3-4 hours of morning-to-noon, i.e., REALLY limited! In its 3rd year, it bloomed for 3 months — amazing…. AND it is SO beautiful, delicate and elegant. We grow it right by our kitchen door and see it each time we go outside. A pure joy!

  17. Teresa | Zone: 5a

    Very Unique
    Of all my Clematis, this is the one which receives the most comments and requests for the name. I have mine in sun climbing an arbor. It is not a strong climber so I give it a little help in going up the arbor otherwise it will grow across the ground and weave among the burning bushes next to it. I planted one plant on each side of the arbor for good coverage. Great color, great blooming habit, very unique!

  18. Donna S | Zone: 7a

    5-Star Plant
    I planted (3) ‘Roguchi’ Clematis last year… the vine ‘seemed’ weak – NOT SO! This is a ‘5-star’ plant. All three climb up a trellis just outside the bedroom window and in full sun. This does appear to be a ‘lax’ climber but with just a bit of help – this beauty climbs the trellis and becomes a distinctly different clematis in my garden. I love it. And I had no problems with the plant coming back after its 1st winter. The clematis even withstood a terrible hail storm and is blooming profusely in its 2nd summer.

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