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Clematis armandii 'Snowdrift' (evergreen) 16.10EUR

Clematis Armandii 'Snowdrift) (evergreen)

Evergreen early flowering Clematis

Colour of the flowers: pure white flowers

Flower seize: 90 cm (3 inches)

Height: 2,5 - 3,5 meter (8 - 12 feet)

Flowering Period(s): March - April

Ideal position: Full sun or partial shade. Sheltered and free draining.

Pruning: Tidy after flowering

Other features: Very hardy and evergreen. Suitable for containers.

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