Boulevard Corinne Clematis (Clematis ‘Evipo063’)

Boulevard Corinne Clematis

  • Luminous Sepals Feature Light Mauve Mid-Rib
  • Beautiful Central Boss of White Stamens Tipped in Dark Mauve
  • Large Blooms
  • Delightful Summer Flower Display Lasts Through Fall
  • Sophisticated Nectar Resource for Butterflies
  • Trim for Cut Flower Arrangements
  • Excellent Size for Use on Patios and Balconies
  • Very Cold Hardy and Heat Tolerant
  • Pruning Group 3

Cocoon yourself in comfort using a very personalized mix of flowering plants and unique evergreens from Nature Hills. No matter if you live on an acreage, or nestle into a studio apartment…plants simply make things better, don’t they?

Add a refined touch with the exquisite Boulevard® Corinne™ Clematis (Clematis ‘Evipo063’). You’ll forget your cares and troubles by studying the heart of each bloom pristine perfection.

These oversized blooms are borne on a compact vine. Clematis blooms offer such amazing geometric precision, and this understated cultivar allows you to truly study that showy flower form.

You could never call the blossoms “Plain Jane”, however. Each pale sepal is blushed with a beautiful mix of pink and purple in a dusky mid-rib.

Even the white stamen are attractive on Corinne Clematis. You’ll be entranced watching their mauve tips open to highlight the entire bloom.

Boulevard Corinne Clematis was introduced to great accolades at the Chelsea Flower Show in London. Keep it by itself, or partner with one or more of our other selections for a bespoke presentation.

Versatile vines add a delightfully useful element in garden design and even floral design! The Boulevard collection is intended to grace small spaces, such as balconies, porches or patios.

How to Use Boulevard® Corinne™ Clematis in the Landscape

Festoon an outdoor container with a brilliant display of the eye-catching blooms of Boulevard® Corinne™ Clematis. They’ll bloom from summer onwards on new wood.

Install your support structure first. Add a sturdy obelisk, tower or trellis firmly into the soil of your container before planting.

Clematis roots resent being moved, so take the time to prepare with a hardscape element for best results. You’ll love the year-long visual accent, even covered in snowfall in the middle of winter.

Why not use one as a focal point in an outdoor Yoga Studio? The congruence between the bloom’s fine symmetry and the slender, twining stems will keep your interest.

Install a trellis planter box on a rented balcony. Situate it where you need to block an unsightly view, and you’ll have a very elegant solution for privacy.

Pair Corinne with vibrant choices like Edda and Vicki for a fun contrast. Or, include her with the calm charm of Sarah Elizabeth Clematis for a softer look. Clematis look great growing with Roses so try this combo in your garden!

Corinne grows just large enough to beautify a chain link fence. Spread the stems out in a gentle garden task for a lovely look.

Plant this vine near the edge of your perennial garden beds. This kind of draping groundcover gives your design a high-end appeal for very little effort.

Tips for Care

Clematis are easy to grow! Her leaves and flowers love sunshine, but Clematis roots prefer to be in partial shade. Cover them with a three-inch layer of mulch and they’ll stay nice and cool.

Well-drained soils are a paramount concern for the sensitive roots. They simply won’t tolerate standing water, so bring in additional soil in a planting mound if you need to improve the drainage.

Water Corinne Clematis a moderate amount on a consistent schedule. If you keep them in a container outdoors, please do not use a saucer underneath to let the excess drain away.

Starting a new Clematis vine requires a little patience. They first work on their roots, then expend energy in blooming…a very nice reward!

Prune Corinne back in late winter or early spring for this pruning group 3 plant. That means that you should cut all of the stems down to a foot or so each year removing the old stems as the flowers are produced on new growth. Once it starts growing then do not prune only to cut a few flowers.

The unique mauve and white flowers of this exceptional selection truly makes it a lovely garden plant.

Boulevard Corinne Clematis (Clematis ‘Evipo063’) Details

Common name Boulevard Corinne Clematis
Botanical name Clematis 'Evipo063'
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 4-9
Growth rate Medium
Height 4 - 5 ft.
Width 3 - 4 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun, Partial Shade
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time Early Spring
Flower color White, Pink, Purple