The early or spring flowering varieties are classified as group 1 as far as pruning is concerned. The technique is to wait until they’ve just finished flowering in late spring, then prune if necessary. Like other spring flowering shrubs, they produce flowers on stems that grew up last year. Pruning of early clematis is optional but worth doing every two or three years to invigorate the plants and encourage new growth low down. ‘Frances Rivis’ sports solitary, usually single, slightly twisted bell-shaped mid-blue flowers, from spring to early summer, followed by fluffy seed heads from late summer to autumn.

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It requires moist air.

Pests and Diseases:

It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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