Kingfisher™ Clematis ‘Evipo037’

I really enjoy the large deep purple flowers that Clematis Kingfisher has. It is such a strong bloomer that makes a huge impact in my garden. The long bloom time is a nice bonus. I enjoy mixing Kingfisher with Clematis Rebecca for a nice contrast of colors.

Flower color may vary due to environment
(Clematis) Kingfisher™ Clematis is a new Evison/Poulsen variety that is exceptionally free-flowering with huge 6-7 inch flowers in late spring through early summer. The intense deep-blue flowers are breathtaking and are nicely contrasted with creamy yellow anthers. This exceptional new clematis also reblooms heavily in late summer with slightly smaller flowers for an extended season of color. Plant Kingfisher™ with a pink Group 2 clematis for a wonderful combination.

Prune Group 2 – Prune lightly above the new leaf buds in early spring and remove any dead or weak stems. Early flowers appear on the previous season’s growth while late summer flowers appear on new growth.

Kingfisher™ Characteristics & Attributes

Sun Exposure
Soil Moisture Needs
Attributes
Nature Attraction
Critter Resistance
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Design Use
Common Name: “Clematis”

Kingfisher™ Clematis ‘Evipo037’

Photo courtesy of Donahues
This plant has yet to be reviewed.
Flower color may vary due to environment

(Clematis) Kingfisher™ Clematis is a new Evison/Poulsen variety that is exceptionally free-flowering with huge 6-7 inch flowers in late spring through early summer. The intense deep-blue flowers are breathtaking and are nicely contrasted with creamy yellow anthers. This exceptional new clematis also reblooms heavily in late summer with slightly smaller flowers for an extended season of color. Plant Kingfisher™ with a pink Group 2 clematis for a wonderful combination.

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