Nelly Moser

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Clematis 'Nelly Moser' (Pink bicolor)
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The Nelly Moser Clematis is a great choice if you want something new, it has a great candy stripe look to it. 'Nelly Moser' Clematis is a fine innovation. All clematis are wonderful, summer blooming vines in a variety of colors but 'Nelly Moser' really ups the ante with bi-color flowers. Each petal is pale pink with a red bar down the center. This clematis will grow in part shade. Every garden has a spot for a trellis with a beautiful flowering vine.

Planting & Care for Clematis Vine

Preparation

  • Clematis like to have their top growth in full sun but their roots in the shade. Roots can be shaded with plantings of groundcovers plants or with other low-growing subjects, with paving slabs or with even a deep mulch of organic matter.
  • Clematis grow well in any well-drained, reasonably rich soil containing plenty of humus.
  • They are particularly suitable for chalky soils.
  • Keep the plants permanently mulched with organic matter.
  • These are “twiners” – climbing plants that twine their new shoots entirely around a support.
  • Clematis should not be allowed to suffer from lack of moisture, so water plants well during rainless periods if the soil starts to dry out.
  • Plant in February or March.

Planting Groundcovers/Vines

  • Planting bed should consist of 6-8" of topsoil, well mixed with approximately 2" of peat moss.

Pruning - After Planting

  • Groundcovers/Vines – no pruning is needed right away.

Pruning - Through-out the Season

  • The only pruning these plants need is thinning when they become congested. This is done after flowering.
  • If renovation pruning is needed, cut down the complete plant to within 12 inches of the ground after flowering ever three to four years.

Watering - After Planting

  • Plants typically take approximately 6 weeks to establish new roots in your soil. During this period, water plants as often as every 2-4 days at the start and at least a minimum of once per week.
  • Beyond the 6 week establishment period, water once per week, unless rains occur.
  • Stick your finger into the soil around 3” to check soil moisture.

Watering - Through-out the Season

  • After the first season, plants should only be watered during extended periods without rain.
  • Clematis should not be allowed to suffer from lack of moisture, so water plants well during rainless periods if the soil starts to dry out.
  • How do you know if your plants need water? The easiest way to tell is to touch the soil around the roots. If it is moist, there is no need to water. If it is dry, give it a good soaking with the hose end (no nozzle) watering the soil only, not the leaves.
  • Stick your finger into the soil around 3” to check soil moisture.

 

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Handling & Planting Guidelines

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Special Plant Features & Tips

  • Clematis like to have their top growth in full sun but their roots in the shade. Roots can be shaded with plantings of groundcovers plants or with other low-growing subjects, with paving slabs or with even a deep mulch of organic matter.
  • Clematis grow well in any well-drained, reasonably rich soil containing plenty of humus.
  • They are particularly suitable for chalky soils.
  • Keep the plants permanently mulched with organic matter.
  • These are “twiners” – climbing plants that twine their new shoots entirely around a support.
  • Clematis should not be allowed to suffer from lack of moisture, so water plants well during rainless periods if the soil starts to dry out.
  • An annual application of slow-release organic fertilizer, such as blood, fish, and bone, should be applied in the spring.
  • Clematis flower mainly in the spring, summer and fall, according to type. A few species bloom in the winter. Flowers come in all colors and they may be flat, bell-shaped, or cup-shaped.
  • The only pruning these plants need is thinning when they become congested. This is done after flowering.
  • If renovation pruning is needed, cut down the complete plant to within 12 inches of the ground after flowering ever three to four years.
  • Plant in February or March. 
ItemApprox Weight (lbs.)Approx Base Dimensions (diameter)Approx Height
#7 Grow Bag** 35-50 14-16" 5-8'
#10 Grow Bag** 55-70 18" 6-8'
#15 Grow Bag** 65-80 22" 6-10'
#20 Grow Bag** 75-100 24" 8-12'
1 1/4" B&B** 250-500 22" for single stems, 28" for multiple stems  8-11'
1 1/2" B&B** 325-600 24" for single stems, 30" for multiple stems  10-12'
2" B&B** 500-700 28" for single stems, 32" for multiple stems 10-14'
2 1/2" B&B** 600-1000 30" for single stems, 36" for multiple stems 10-15'
3" B&B** 850-1000 34"-36"  12-16'
3 1/2" B&B** 1000 36"  12-18'
10' B&B** 250 22"  10'
12' B&B** 325 24"  12'
14' B&B** 500 28" 14'
16' B&B** 600 30"  16'
2' B&B** 50 12-16"  2'
3' B&B** 60-250 16-22"  3'
4' B&B** 250 22-24" 4'
5' B&B** 325 22-24"  5'
6' B&B** 150-325 16-24" 6'
7' B&B** 500-700 28-32"  7'
8' B&B** 600-700 14-30"  8'
9' B&B** 700 32"  9'
#3 container* Less than 35  10" 10" 
#5 container** 40 11" 10.5" 
#7 container** 60 14" 12" 
#10 container** 80 14" 14 
#20 container** 160 19.5" 17" 
Bare Root* varies, but always lighter no soil on roots varies depending on item

*#1 - #3 containers and bare root are the only items that can be shipped FedEx and/or by our delivery trucks (see below for more information regarding pick-up and local delivery. 

**Any items over 100 Ibs., #5 - #20 containers or B&B can only be delivered by our trucks due to FedEx shipping weight and size restrictions. Our trusted trucks only deliver around a 100 miles radius from our corporate office in Waterloo, Wisconsin. Any item you order can be picked-up at our corporate office in Waterloo, Wisconsin or our new retail garden center Winterland Nursery for free (bare root orders cannot be picked up at Winterland due to lack of bare root coolers). See our estimated delivery schedule here

Growing Zones: 4-9

Bloom Time: June-September
Color: Green, Pink, White
Flower Color: Pink & White
Sunlight: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Soil Conditions: Normal, Clay, Acidic, Wet, Dry
Low Maintenance: Yes
Deer Resistant: No
Attracts Butterflies: Yes
Attracts Bees: Yes
Attracts Birds: No
Edible: No
Native: No

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