Clematis on the Web
Photo © 2005 Richard Green
Pale mauve, pink-mauve or grey-mauve, satiny flowers (depending on light), fully double at the start of the season followed by semi-double and then single flowers. Yellow anthers. All three flower types can often be seen on one plant at the same time. Best planted in semi-shade to prevent fading to white.
Early large-flowered group Approximate height:
2.0 - 2.5 metres Flowering period(s):
Jun Jul Aug Sep Aspect:
Light prune (Group 2) Raised by:
Jean Rowe Country of origin:
United Kingdom Date raised:
c1980 i1983 Parentage:
'Marie Boisselot' x ?'William Kennett'
Flower diameter: 10-15 (-20)cm
Tepals (single): 6-8; pointed. Inner tepals of double flowers often twisted
Click the name(s) for information about: