Description

Clematis LITTLE LEMONS was selected because of the extraordinary dwarf habit, the long flowering period and the final flowers that give seed fluff that last a couple of weeks. In the Netherlands, the flowers draw specifically bees and bumblebees. Clematis LITTLE LEMONS makes stems of 20-30 cm long with sometimes an outlier to 50 cm. The leaf is pinnate and green coloured. The yellow flowers are nodding and beautifully bell-shaped with a diameter of 2-3 cm. After flowering, the shiny seed fluff appear; the side flowers usually have no seed fluff. Clematis LITTLE LEMONS flowers from mid-May to early September. Prune in March to 10 cm above the ground. This Clematis of the Tangutica Group is hardy to -25 ºC.

Key Points

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Nice, yellow bell-shaped flowers
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Fluffy seed heads after flowering
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Dwarf habit
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Very long flowering period
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Excellent pot plant