The outside of the elegant trumpet shaped flowers is rich purply-pink, whilst the margins, tips and inside are a clear white giving a stunning contrast. A truly beautiful flower to grace your garden.
The plants of the much sought after group of Texensis and Viorna have distinctive 'trumpet' or nodding urn-shaped flowers and are all excellent plants which deserve space in anyone's garden. Used as climbers, they all prefer a situation that is sunny yet not too windy or they can be allowed to scramble over and through other plants which enhances their natural beauty. These natural climbers are classed as semi-herbaceous, as during a very hard winter their growth will die back and they will re-shoot from below soil level. Consistent watering in summer, combined with good rich soil will ensure they perform at their best.
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.
Aspect:Sun to Part Shade
Flowering Months:June - September
Average Flower Size (Inches):2
Average Height (Feet):10
Pruning:Hard in Feb/March (Group 3)
Soil Type:Moist but Good Drainage & Well Drained
Hardiness Zone:H5 - Hardy - Cold Winter (-15C to -10C)
Suitable for Containers:No
Habit:Semi-Herbaceous, Deciduous Climbers
Group:Texensis & Viorna
Brand:J van Zoest
Looking very healthy plans very elegant flowers looks very strong .
Rasa Derliuniene October 2021
A beautiful healthy plant.
Princess Kate started growing as soon as I planted her. She now has several beautiful flowers, just the colour I expected. As always I am delighted with this clematis from your wonderful Thorncroft nursery.
Thelma le Maistre September 2021
The clematis looks very healthy and helpful customer service.
Rachel September 2021
I want more clematis like this!
What a stunning plant.
Beautiful flower still summer and still going in October!
Easy care and a great addition to my arbour.
launchdate July 2020
Not as free flowering as some.
Flowers were very slight with petals much thinner than expected and only one stem produced any flowers.
As this was its first year I hope for better next year
Gardener July 2020
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