Clematis tangutica Little Lemons (‘Zo14100’) PP32,355

Description

Flower Color: pale yellow
Type: Perennial
Habit: dwarf habit
Foliage: small, mid-green
Heat Tolerance: Full Sun to part shade
Patented: Yes
Uses: Containers, Landscape, ground cover
Height: 8-12 inches tall
Flower Timing: Summer-Fall
Brand: Concept Plants
Rooted or Unrooted? unrooted

Following information and photos from Concept Plants:
Description:

Clematis LITTLE LEMONS was selected because of the extraordinary dwarf habit, the long flowering period and the final flowers that give seed fluff that last a couple of weeks. In the Netherlands, the flowers draw specifically bees and bumblebees. Clematis LITTLE LEMONS makes stems of 8-12″ long with sometimes an outlier to 20″. The leaf is pinnate and green coloured. The yellow flowers are nodding and beautifully bell-shaped. After flowering, the shiny seed fluff appear; the side flowers usually have no seed fluff. Clematis LITTLE LEMONS flowers from mid-May to early September. Prune in March to 4″ above the ground. This Clematis belongs to the Tangutica Group.

USDA zone: 5b

Key Points

1
Nice, yellow bell-shaped flowers
2
Fluffy seed heads after flowering
3
Dwarf habit
4
Very long flowering period
5
Excellent pot plant

Additional information

Brand

Concept Plants

Flower Type

Perennial

Zone

5b

Flower Color

Pale, Yellow