Clematis 'Hagley Hybrid'
Hagley Hybrid Clematis
- Main interest:
- attractive light pink flower with dark red anthers, long blooming season, its rather compact size makes it a good choice for containers
- full sun to partial shade
- Soil humidity:
- moist soil; well drained
- Growth type:
- Flower colour:
- light pink
- Flowering period:
- June and September
- dark green
- USDA Hardiness:
- zone 4a: -34.5 °C (-30 °F) View Zone Map
- Mature height & width (max.):
- height: 8 ft (2.4 m) width: 4 ft (1.2 m)
- fence, pergola, trellis, wall, planter
Clematis 'Hagley Hybrid' produces an abundance of light pink blooms with dark red anthers. It produces large 7″ (18cm) blooms in diameter in early June, followed by 4-6″ (10-15cm) flowers well into September. Fairly compact, this clematis will grow 6-8′ (2-2.5m) tall. Its compact size makes it a good choice for containers. It is considered an easy-to-grow clematis for a beginner to start with.
Clematis vines are most often planted near a trellis, patio wall, or some structure for support. They can also be planted sprawling over shrubs, stumps, or through perennial gardens.
Clematis is best planted in a location where the foliage and flowers are mostly in the sun, but the roots are kept cool and moist in the shade. Consider using mulch around the root zone in summer and fall. Pruning Group: 2
Group 1 – Flowers only on old wood (previous year). Prune after spring flowering.
Group 2 – Flowers on both old and new wood. Little pruning should be done for woody-stemmed members of this Group. If cut to the ground or pruned in fall or spring, flowering will be reduced or delayed, but not prevented.
Group 3 – Flowers only on new wood. Can be cut to the ground in fall or spring.
Synonym(s): Clematis 'Pink Chiffon'
Also known as: Late-blooming Pink Clematis, Single Pink Clematis, Long-blooming Clematis, Pink-flowered Clematis, Pink-flowering Clematis