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This group of clematis, the cirrhosas, are evergreen and produce their flowers during the winter. Starting as early as October and continuing until March/April. The flowers are remarkably hardy coming through the hardest of frosts. However an exposed windy cold site should be avoided. Good winter drainage is important.
An exciting new evergreen is listed below C. urophylla Winter Beauty proving to be as hardy as the cirrhosas.
During the summer don’t be alarmed if some of the leaves turn brown - they have a natural dormant period at this time. New, lush evergreen leaves will emerge in the autumn.
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