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Clematis "Emilia Plater"

Bred in 1967 by the Jesuit priest Stefan Franczak (from Poland), introduced in 1986, and named after a female Polish resistance fighter (1806 – 1831). A good beginner's clematis, suitable for trellises 2 – 5 metres high. The slightly downward curled light-blue petals resemble Blue Angel, though they have a smoother edge. The flowers are abundant, with the ornamental vein in each petal protruding like an embossing. We've included it in our viticella-assortment for its colour and flower abundance. Emilia Plater is vigorous and robust, very frost-hardy and healthy. Flowers 5 – 7 cm, occasionally to 15 cm. Flowering time June to September -- somewhat longer than the very similar though sensitive 'Prince Charles' from New Zealand. Suitable for potting. Refer to the general information for guidance on location, pruning, suitable cable systems, etc..

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('Emilia Plater' is a Clematis viticella)

Clematis "Emilia Plater"