Here are all our top recommendations for clematis to grow in 'Patio' pots. While many clematis are suitable for being grown in a pot, these are the best for a compact and prolific display in a typical free-standing patio pot.
When potting patio clematis, choose a large container, preferably terracotta not plastic, at least 18"(45cm) deep with adequate drainage holes. Put plenty of crocks, stones or gravel in the bottom to ensure good drainage and stand the container on feet or bricks to stop the drainage holes becoming blocked.
To keep these clematis compact, we recommend HARD pruning in February / March and pruning hard again after the first flush of flowers has finished.
In other words - ignore the 'normal' pruning instructions!
For further instructions on caring for patio clematis visit the Planting & Care Guide.
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As Featured on the BBC and Launched by Thorncroft Clematis at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019.
This lovely new clematis was named after the newest addition to the royal family Meghan Markle after her marriage to Prince Harry on 19th May 2018 and was bred by New Leaf Plants.
Stunning dark purply-red summer flowers are produced in abundance May-June and again from late July-September, on the current season's growth.
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The flowers of pale mauvey-blue have an almost white bar in the centre of the tepal and an almost luminescent quality to them as if they are alight.
Superb in sun or a slightly shady situation these flowers will brighten a dull corner in your garden.
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