Clematis

Clematis is a climbing plant of the buttercup family.

Most species are herbaceous plants. The plants have characteristic flowers ranging from four to eight flowering sepals and the missing petals.

The moderate to strong flowering, climbing shrubs reach a height of two to six meters.

As cut flowers they are available, a year around. Clematis has a fragile appearance but the opposite is true!

It is a very strong flower in the vase. You will have certain pleasure from this strong flower for 7 to 10 days.

 

 

  •   Properties
    Scientific name
    Clematis viticella
    Family
    Ranunculaceae
    Origin
    Southern Europe and West Indies
    Shelf life
    10 - 14 days
    Season
    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
                           
  •   Care tips florists

    - clematis can be placed in the cold storage but don't leave them there for more than 3 days

    - place them in a clean bucket or vase with clean water. 

    - when the flowers turn limp to early cut the stems again and roll the flowers in a wet newspaper and let the flowers pull up on hot water

     

  •   Care tips consumers
    - cut 3 to 5 centimeters off the stems with a sharp knife and remove the bottom leaves.

    - put the clematis on a clean vase with clean water

    - clematis is a thirsty flower! so check the water and refill when needed

    - don't place the clematis on a drafty place and also not in the sun.