The plants of this much sought after group 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.
Tips for Texensis & Viorna clematis.
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.
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The purply-red flower buds open to handsome semi-nodding tulip-shaped flowers, with mauve margins and deep lavender interiors. Try growing this with PRINCESS KATE to make a stunning feature in your garden.
This eye-catching clematis has rich deep pink trumpet shaped flowers with paler mauve-pink margins. The blooms are just delightful and carry on well into the autumn giving a long period of interest for the gardener. Awarded the RHS ‘Award of Garden Merit’