Evergreen Clematis

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  1. Scotkat

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    That can give a second flush of flowers.

    Can anyone suggest one please .
     
  2. Lolimac

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    I don't know about a second flush of flowers Scotcat but Armandii comes to mind:dbgrtmb:
    I planted one last september time in honor of our very own Armandii:D:thumbsup:
     
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      I planted Armandii last year too, mine has some lovely big buds and has hung onto its leaves over winter. Sorry I don't think it will flower twice, if there is one I'd like to know too :thumbsup:
       
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      Says here that Clematis armandii often has a second flush, but can't attest to it myself.
       
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      Yep want that answer also. I am planning on planting 3 type together, one an early bloomer, mid -bloomer and late, then there is all three same spot. And also the evergreen with them.
       
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        Well. I have had Clematis Armandii for 5 years now and I think it's a fabulous plant.:D It does flower more than more but not every year, more like alternative years. I just love the heavy scent that you get drifting across the garden when it's a hot humd day. It isn't a cheap Clematis to buy, but to me, it's definitely worth it.:D:D
         
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        • Phil A

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          Ahh, Armandii is a Clematis.

          I thought it was a Liverwort.
           
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            Anythng with a good scent that drifts is wonderful to have.
             
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            Looks like you're spreading all over the country Armandii. :heehee:
             
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