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This new cultivar has been very well received in the gardening society around the world. In early spring (from February to mid-April) remove all withered or damaged stems and prune back the rest to 10-150 cm depending on the amount of space you have allotted. Wiem, że w każdej chwili będę mógł wycofać zgodę. Bright-green leaves, larger than those of ‘Praecox’ are lustrous in spring. Origin. o nowościach, promocjach, produktach i usługach CLEMATIS Źródło Dobrych Pnączy. 0 more photos VIEW GALLERY. Clematis ‘Praecox’ is perfectly suited for covering both small and large areas of the ground. Our plants are sold in good shops and garden centers throughout the country. Another cross with a similar usage and equally long bloom period is C. 'Praecox'. View gallery. It sends out partially woody, non-vining stems reaching 3-4 m, with trifoliate, toothed dark green leaves and bunches of small (3-4 cm across) violet-beige flowers developing in July and August. Clematis ‘Praecox’ is quite hardy and undemanding; and it will grow well both in full sun and partial or even full shade. Touted as the best ground cover-style Clematis, easy-care ‘Praecox’ is an appealing deciduous candidate for hiding unsightly features, sauntering over rocks, skirting beneath a tree or blanketing a bed. The name Clematis ‘Praecox’ from the Heracleifolia Group was publicly acknowledged only after The Royal Horticultural Society published “The International Clematis Register and Checklist 2002”, compiled by Victoria Matthews. Owing to its non-clinging habit this remarkable clematis makes an excellent subject for ground cover. During the vegetation period you should cut or shorten excessively spreading stems. I would like to encourage everyone to learn about its requirements, history and closest relatives. Partehenocissus quinquefolia). Characteristics. It will fill the empty space and suppress weeds without the risk of it getting out of bounds, as all the stems sprawling onto the road will be cut by wheels of passing cars. The clusters of white star-shaped flowers have deep bluey-mauve tips. It can be pruned at any time of the year. praecox, Clematis x jouiniana ‘Praecox’, Clematis heracleifolia ‘Praecox’ or Clematis ‘Jouiniana ‘Praecox’’. This group also contains selections from C. heracleifolia that are more upright and shrubby. In late summer (July-September) masses of brightly blue-lavender slightly fragrant flowers with prominent long beige stamens develop at the tips and upper axils. x jouiniana 'Praecox'). While meandering among other shrubs, especially compact ones, it should be controlled every few weeks to prevent it from dominating and hindering the growth of the host plants. Clematis davidiana) and Clematis vitalba, It inherited vigour, hardinessand ease of culture from Clematis vitalba, while its non-clinging, perennial habit, big dark green leaves and the structure of small hyacinth like flowers bear witness to its kinship with Clematis tubulosa. As its stems are thick and only lightly attached to supports, they can be easily thrown on the ground or cut out. One of the similar cultivars is Clematis ‘Mrs Robert Brydon’from Heracleifolia Group, bred in 1935 in the USA. Its shoots become woody only at the base, so it’s best pruned back in spring to 0-30 cm from the base. A clump-forming, vigorous, scrambler that also looks fabulous when trained against a wall. In 1959 a selected seedling of Clematis x jouiniana was described and given the name ‘Praecox’. ... Clematis, Heracleifolia Clematis 'Praecox' Clematis . C. heracleifolia 'Cassandra' forms an open shrub with large leaves and tubular, fragrant, gentian-blue flowers throughout the summer. It is non-vining in habit with thick, but limp stems reaching 1,5-2 m that can either straggle over the ground or raise themselves leaning against the support. We can provide information about the addresses of your nearest stationary stores that sell our plants. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Clematis jouiniana ‘Praecox’) is the best ground cover clematis yet bred, highly useful in every garden. Clematis x jouiniana was bred in 1900 by a French gardener Simon-Louis Freres as a hybrid between Clematis tubulosa (syn. In 1995 it received the Award of Garden Merit given by The Royal Horticultural Society to the most valuable garden plants, and in 1997 the botanical garden in Chicago, after a several-year trial period of over 60 clematis varieties (large-flowered, botanical and perennial), gave Clematis ‘Praecox’ the highest mark thus ranking it among the finest. When grown without support, in a few weeks its sprawling stems cover the ground with a thick carpet of leaves, suppressing weed growth and preventing soil from excessive heat and drying out. I would like to encourage everyone to learn about its requirements, history and closest relatives. It is thought to be a spontaneous hybrid between Clematis tubulosa and Clematis virginiana (a species naturally growing in the USA, bearing similarity to native to Europe Clematis vitalba). It looks charming when scrambling over the rocks, small palisades, surrounding the base of large containers or drooping from raised borders. Chcę zapisać się do newslettera, a co za tym idzie wyrażam zgodę na przesyłanie na mój adres e-mail informacji Group 3 - Summer/Fall bloomers; prune hard in early spring, Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater. Its shoots can be tied to different types of artificial supports such as bamboo sticks, stakes, trellises and lattices; left to scramble over coniferous or deciduous shrubs and trees, or they can raise themselves in a similar fashion to other perennials. ... Group: Herbaceous. Clematis ‘Mrs Robert Brydon’ is much less vigorous than Clematis ‘Praecox’. The new hybrid has quickly gained appreciation and has been widely used as ground cover ever since. Nursery is located in Pruszków near Warsaw, fax: 22 722 26 63 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Piotr Latocha PhD, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Clematis ‘Praecox’ from the Heracleifolia Group. This cultivar has similar requirements and applications to Clematis ‘Praecox’, but it’s especially suitable for covering small areas, close to large bushes or low branching trees. There is no exaggeration in saying that Clematis ‘Praecox’ (syn. Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Clematis, Heracleifolia Clematis (Clematis ) 'Praecox' supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFiles database at Dave's Garden. The ... read more, You said there would be turkey. The widest range of products has a cooperating online store near us: www.e-clematis.com which accepts orders for all plants available from us. Clematis ‘Praecox’ from the Heracleifolia Group Owing to its non-clinging habit this remarkable clematis makes an excellent subject for ground cover. I had been seeing this plant growing along the road ... read more, I have literal swarms of honey bees yearly. It is most likely to be a spontaneous crossbreed between Clematis x jouiniana and Clematis vitalba, and during the years it was also known under the names: Clematis x jouiniana var. Horticultural Group Heracleifolia Group consists of deciduous, woody-based sub-shrubs with erect or climbing stems, sometimes herbaceous, ternate or pinnate leaves, and narrowly bell-shaped or starry flowers on the current year's growth in summer and autumn 'Praecox' _ 'Praecox' is a large, scrambling, deciduous shrub with pinnate, toothed, dark green leaves and, in summer and autumn, large clusters of small, pale blue flowers with four recurved petals. It’s an excellent choice for narrow strips of land along the fence, which are often neglected and grown over with weeds. It shows many perennial characteristics and may die down to ground level in harsh winters. I use ... read more, Our neighbors had peacocks when I was growing up. All we see are empty ... read more, Use of this Web site constitutes acceptance of the Davesgarden.com, Garden Jokes and Humor: Sunday Funnies 11-29-2020. This plant is said to grow outdoors in the following regions: On Sep 23, 2006, mystic from Ewing, KY (Zone 6a) wrote: Received The Royal Horticultural Society, Award of Garden Merit (AGM) in 1993.