Clematis Pruning Techniques


Cut all stems to 30cm in the first year. In subsequent years, cut out dead or weak stems after flowering.


Cut all stems back to 1m in the first year. In subsequent years, prune just above previous year to a strong pair of buds. Prune in autumn or spring


Reduce all stems to just above the base of previous season’s growth, within 75cm of the soil level. Prune in early March.

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