'); » Upload a photo» Post a comment» Add an event report, » Search the Clematis Database: by characteristics or by cultivar name, « See the general plant entry for Clematis, © 1972 - 2020 National Gardening Association, Times are presented in US Central Standard Time, Today's site banner is by zuzu and is called "Salpiglossis". Stunning when used alone or when several colors are mixed. Clematis 'Kardynal Wyszynski' ) "Szczepan Marczynski, on his website, writes that the cultivar is "named after Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski (1901-1981). It blooms best on old wood, but it can also bloom on new wood. Clematis ‘Cardinal Wyszynski’ dazzles your garden with huge 8 inch glowing crimson flowers. favorites to exciting new varieties! A very vigorous Clematis. at this time. Patent Information: Unknown - Tell us. Vines. This group comprises the early-blooming clematis that flower on shoots produced the previous season. Seed Collecting: N/A: plant does not set seed, flowers are sterile, or plants will not come true from seed Don't cripple your Clematis! Regular pruning of clematis encourages strong growth and flowering and keeps the growth in check. Cut all dead material off above these swelling buds. Masses of 6-8" crimson flowers adorn the vines from July to September. Blooms June-July and again in September. Pruning Type 2 - In this group all first flowering comes from last season's ripening stems. Bred by the renowned Brother Stefan in Poland in the 1970s, KW is a must for the collector of color or Clematis. Clematis pruning: group two. Established clematis fit into three main pruning groups consistent with flowering times. Clematis in pruning group two are the large-flowered hybrids that flower in May to June and should be pruned in late winter or early spring and after the first flush of … Note: This plant is not currently for sale. The Wayside Difference Pruning Group 2 Tips An award-winning clematis, this perennial vine is free flowering with 6- to 8-inch, rich and luminous, crimson flowers with a central cluster of 6 to 8 dark anthers, usually overlapping at the base.