Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit
These herbaceous cultivars are clump-forming scramblers, or semi-climbers.
In general, they have non-clinging stems and can be allowed to scramble in herbaceous borders, alternatively they can be used to clamber through open shrubs, small trees, rambler and shrub roses, or obelisks.
They are all hardy, very free flowering, trouble-free clematis, suitable to use as cut flowers and come highly recommended.
Plant Size:Plants will usually be about 45-90cm tall on delivery, this can vary depending on the time of year and variety chosen. They are grown in 3 litre containers and are 2 years Old.
Flowering Months:May - September
Average Flower Size (Inches):2.5
Average Height (Feet):5
Pruning:Hard in Feb/March (Group 3)
Soil Type:Moist but Good Drainage
Hardiness Zone:H6 - Hardy - Very Cold Winter (-20C to -15C)
Suitable for Containers:Yes
Awards:RHS Award of Garden Merit
Arrived with 8 flowers. Well packaged.
Helen Jones September 2021
Excellent quality plant and service
Plant was in wonderful condition, much better than other suppliers. Thank you!
Llinos Honeybun September 2021
I'm telling everyone I know and trying to find more places to put anything grown by Thorncroft, exceptional!
Jules De Jongh August 2021
1st time buyer
Not really understanding what I was buying I took a chance on previous buyers recommended plants. Up till now I’m so happy what I have purchased.
My plants are at this time still in the greenhouse & hardened of outside if the cold weather takes a small rise in temperature. They are all going “crazy” to get planted outside but I’m not going chance putting them outside. The first one is going in a container with a good compost mixed with John Innes No. 3
Let’s hope that the weather stays a tad milder, we are so looking forward to a lovely backdrop to our garden this coming summer.
Thank you Thorncroftclematis&climbers for a gorgeous set of 5 plants
I shall remain, yours in the garden
Raymond Woodland April 2021
Easy and Very long flowering!
I've had this clematis for years growing against the shed, not realising it was in the herbaceous group. Some years I missed supporting it in time and let it mass on the ground. Now I know why it did so well like this too. Always reliable. Always a profusion of shoots and flowers despite neglect. Looked better, I thought, as a low lying mass, which is how I shall now grow it.
Wendel Corrigan March 2021