Clematis 'Rebecca' (Clematis 'Rebecca')

Spread: 6-8 feet
Light: Full to part sun with roots shaded.
Description: Named for clematis breeder Raymond Evison’s eldest daughter. Seven-inch flowers are a rick, velvety crimson with faint striping down the centers of the petals.Blooms in spring and again in late summer/early fall.

Pruning group 2: Blooms on old and new wood; pruning generally not necessary, but if needed for shaping, prune new growth as it emerges from old stems in early spring.


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Photo courtesy of Brushwood Nursery
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