Group 2 covers a great number of the most popular varieties of clematis. The large-flowered types with the extravagant blooms are all included in this group. These varieties will require partial pruning, as they produce some flowers on stems made last year and then some more flowers on stems made in the current year. The best pruning technique is to trim back the upper growths lightly during late winter when new growth is starting, A few of the older branches can be cut back hard to be replaced by the younger growth, otherwise, lightly trim back to a strong pair of buds. Double flowered varieties produce their double blooms in early summer on last year’s wood and a crop of single flowers in mid-summer.’Arctic Queen’ flowers from late Spring to to early Summer, with white double flowers with cream centres, and then has a second flush of semi-double flowers from late Summer to early Autumn.

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It requires moist air.

Pests and Diseases:

It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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