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Clematis Still  Waters®
ENLARGE IMAGE Queen of the Climbers is adaptable and hardy!
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New for 2018!

Clematis Still Waters®

Queen of the Climbers offers extravagant blooms!
ZONE 5,6,7,8,9
As low as $17.99
  • Extravagant display of HUGE flowers
  • Soft lavender-blue blooms from summer-fall
  • Use on lamp posts, mailboxes, trellises, fences and containers
  • Let is weave as a groundcover thru perennials & shrubs
  • Grows 4-7 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide
  • Ship Size: Starter Quarts
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Clematis Still Waters® Description

Interweave thru Roses - for a breathtaking combination!

Still Waters®  has amazing large soft lavender blue blooms that is striking in any landscape.  Once more it blooms on both old and new wood - so there is no wrong way or time to prune this hardy vine.

This hardy disease resistant climbing vine grows 4-7 feet tall and 3-4 feet. Enjoy as it sprawls & weaves thru shrubs and perennial in your landscape. Dress up a mailbox, trellis, fence- even containers!   Beautiful when paired with purples, greens and blacks or any dark color to bring out the soft violet-blue hues.

How To Grow Clematis

Easy to grow, it is vigorous and disease resistant.  Just prune to 18-24" in late winter or early spring. A good rule of thumb is 1 inch of water a week.

Clematis thrive in full sun and part shade but appreciate having their feet cool.  Underplant with a shallow rooted groundcover such as Ajuga or mulch with manure, careful to keep  it 4-6 inches away from the stems to avoid rot.  Plant it near a shrub, where the roots would be in afternoon shade.  Once it beings to grow in spring, begin training it by angling them towards a trellis or pole. Consider using fishing line to provide support for the plant.

If you've been admiring these gorgeous plants, don't hesitate to grow these beauties.  You'll find them easy to grow with countless opportunities to use them in a landscape. Don't be fooled by it's delicate nature as it rapidly grows once warm weather begins in spring.

Special Features: Blooms First Year, Cold Hardy, Long Blooming, Reblooming

Quick Facts

  • Botanical Name:
    Clematis Still Waters®
  • Common Name:
  • Zone:5,6,7,8,9
  • Sun Exposure:
    Full Sun, Part Shade
  • Delivery:
    See Schedule
  • Ship Form:
    Starter Quarts
  • Soil Type:
  • Soil Moisture:
  • Height x Width:
    4-7' x 3-4'
  • Flower Color:
  • Foliage Color:
  • Bloom Season:
    Early Summer-Fall
  • Uses:
    Container Gardening, Cottage Gardening, Vines and Climbers
  • Cannot Ship to:
    AK,CAN, HI, PR
  • Patent #:'Zostiwa' PP20.372



Soil: Clematis prefer rich, organic soil (no heavy clay) that is slightly alkaline. Additional limestone is not necessary unless a soil test reveals a pH less than 6.
Light: Full sun to part shade. Clematis like to keep their roots cool, so a 2-4 inch layer of mulch is advised once the soil warms up during the hot summer months. To prevent stem rot, be sure to keep the mulch well away from the base of the vine.
Water: Medium
Spacing: 1.5 to 3 feet
Fertilizing: Fertilize your plant once a year in the spring, right after pruning or tidying up.
Winterizing: If you have mulched during the growing season, no special added care is needed.
Maintenance & Pruning: Allow the plant to grow with no pruning through its first blooming season. Blooms on new growth, so once established, you can prune hard in fall after flowering or in early spring. Cut the vines back to 18 to 24 inches from the ground in February to ensure a strong flower production the next summer.