Position

Sun exposure:
Dappled shade, full sun
Aspect:
South facing, west facing
Position in border:
Middle

Soil

Chalky / Alkaline / Clay / Heavy / Moist / Well Drained / Light / Sandy

Clematis 'Negritjanka' produces rich purple flowers from late spring to early autumn, followed by spiky seedheads. The plant's compact habit makes it ideal for smaller gardens and for growing in containers up a small obeslisk.

Grow Clematis 'Negritjanka' in moist but well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. As the plant is in Pruning Group Two, remove any dead or weak stems in late winter or early spring and cut remaining stems back to the highest pair of strong-growing buds. To encourage blooms to cover the whole plant, train the stems so that they are evenly spaced on their support. As new growth appears in mid-spring, train this to fill any gaps.

Plant calendar

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Clematis ‘Negritjanka’ and wildlife

Clematis ‘Negritjanka’ has no particular known value to wildlife in the UK.

Is Clematis ‘Negritjanka’ poisonous?

Clematis ‘Negritjanka’ can be toxic.

Toxic to:
Is known to attract Cats
Cats
Is known to attract Dogs
Dogs
Is known to attract Horses
Horses
No reported toxicity to:
Is not known to attract Birds
Birds
Is not known to attract Livestock
Livestock
Is not known to attract People
People
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