A mass of large, pure white flowers with attractive centres, appear in early spring, smothering glossy evergreen foliage.
Month Available: March
Evergreen / Deciduous: Evergreen
Flower Colour: White
Suitable For Wildlife: None
Soil Type: Well-drained
Sun/Shade: Full sun
Season of Interest: Spring
Plant Type: Climber
Hardy: Protect from long periods of frost
Main Attribute: Early spring flowering
Height / Spread: 3m (10ft)
When planting Clematis, I always ensure I shade the base and roots with stones, to reduce the possibility of Clematis wilt.
Where to Plant: Borders
Pests and Diseases: Aphids, Caterpillars, Earwigs.
Plant Care: Pruning is not recommended.
Care and Time: Low - spring
Benefits: An evergreen climber with masses of flowers. One of the earliest flowering climbers and also one of the hardiest and most vigorous of the Clematis family. No pruning is required.
History: This Clematis was raised by Robin White at Blackthorn Nurseries, and was introduced by 1998.