Caring for indoor clematis
Indoor clematis can flower for weeks if they are cared for correctly. Here you see Kassia™ Flora™ Evipo068(N)
Buy only healthy clematis
If you want to ensure that you get a healthy plant from your chosen nursery, look at the foliage and growth and see if it looks fresh and healthy. Examine the roots to ensure that they are full of vitality and are light in colour.
The following collections can be used indoors:
Position of clematis
Place your plant in as much sunlight as possible, but not in direct sunlight in the warmest months. Roses do not like high temperatures. They can manage at normal room temperature, but if they are put in a slightly cooler environment with plenty of light, they will last longer and flower for weeks.
Care for clematis
Clematis needs to be watered regularly and must not be allowed to dry out.
During growth periods, when the buds are in growth, they should be watered with liquid fertiliser once a week. During flowering, they require fewer nutrients.
If the withered flowers are removed or if the plant is cut lightly back, it will flower again and produce new foliage.
After flowering indoors, the clematis can be planted outside in garden beds after which it will grow even more and flower again.
Pruning of clematis
Clematis in the FFLORA™, BOULEVARD® and GARLAND® collections produce new shoots. This is not the case, however, for evergreens that flower on biennial shoots. This means that they can be pruned in the spring, if required.
View all the clematis collections from Poulsen Roser.
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