Clematis "Miss Bateman", White - Climbing plantsClematis 'Miss Bateman'
Looks fantastic with climbing roses
We are big fans! Of the large-flowered clematis "Miss Bateman" in a nursery pot, that is. The clematis "Miss Bateman" is a beautiful plant. Its vivid white flowers smell wonderful too. It is a true climbing plant. It can always use a helping hand to get further. Plant the clematis near a wall or divider, or have it grow along a pergola. In order for the plant to grow upwards, it needs to be secured. It is easily done using a rope, wire, or anything similar. The clematis will thrive in a spacious pot on the patio, roof terrace or balcony. For full growth, we recommend using three plants per metre. This large-flowered clematis looks great with climbing roses. "Miss Bateman" begins blooming in the spring. The clematis is a deciduous plant. Cold temperatures are no problem for this winter-hardy climber. Pruning is not necessary. However, dead and damaged twigs should be removed. The clematis grows in humus-rich, moisture-retaining soil. Water it regularly to keep the soil moist. It's best to give them extra water during dry periods. And they need sufficient light in order to grow well. The clematis grows best in full or half sun.Show more
Planting and flowering details
Show morePrior to planting make sure that the roots of Clematis 'Miss Bateman' are soaked well by placing in a bucket full of lukewarm water. Prepare a suitable hole in good, loose soil. Clematis 'Miss Bateman' grows well when you mix nutritious compost into the garden soil. Plant the roots of the clematis at the appropriate depth in the hole - the top of the root ball should be just slightly below ground level. Fill the hole with soil and press firmly down. Water immediately after planting. This climber prefers a sunny, partly shaded position.
Clematis 'Miss Bateman' makes a great companion plantThis large-flowered clematis looks beautiful combined with roses. Plant Clematis 'Miss Bateman' next to rambling Rose 'Elfe' for a fascinating combination. This compact clematis can also be grown in a large planter. Support the branches with some type of climbing frame.
Show moreThe clematis really dislikes dry soil, so water more often during dry periods. They like to keep their ‘feet' cool and damp whilst the foliage is in the sun - clematis will appreciate you planting low-growing plants around the base or covering with a mulch of garden compost mixed with well-rotted manure. This climbing plant grows well along a fence or pergola. Help Clematis 'Miss Bateman’ to climb and fill in gaps by tying the new shoots to a support as they grow.
Pruning Clematis 'Miss BatemanThe Clematis 'Miss Bateman' is both early and late flowering with large flowers. Clematis 'Miss Bateman' belongs to pruning group 2: Pruning is not normally necessary - only cut away dead and damaged wood. Faded flowers can be cut away in autumn.
Show moreClematis 'Miss Bateman' has gorgeous pure white flowers with a pale green stripe and red stamens - the flowers appear on the current year’s wood. The first flowers will appear in spring but after following a short break, more will appear in the summer.
The Clematis 'Miss Bateman' is an old cultivar, introduced in 1869 - this descendant is the result of hybridising the Clematis varieties 'Fortunei' and 'Standishii'.This clematis belongs to the group of early and late bloomers. All clematis are members of the Ranunculaceae family.
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Latin name Clematis 'Miss Bateman' Delivery type Supplied as container plant Guarantee 5 years guarantee Color White Light preference full sun , partial sun , full shade Scented deliciously scented Flowers for cutting yes Flowering period May - August Growing height 200 - 300 cm Planting distance 50 - 70 cm