|Flowering Months||November - March|
|Spread & Height (feet)||10 - 12|
|Facing Aspect||North, South, East, West|
|Aspect||Any, Full Shade, Partial Shade, Sunny|
|Flower Diameter (Inches)||1 - 1.5|
|RHS Award Garden Merit||No|
|Suitable for pot growing||No|
Dainty bell-shaped flowers are a dull claret colour inside with a cream reverse and have cream anthers. The plant was discovered as a sport of 'Freckles' in 1995 by Merv Jerard of Lansdowne Valley, Christchurch, New Zealand.
These winter flowering clematis produce masses of nodding bell-like flowers. Whilst the foliage is classed as EVERGREEN it looks at its best in autumn, winter and spring, they can have a natural dormant period in summer, when the leaves sometimes go brown. The Cirrhosa Group require a sunny, free draining situation that is sheltered from the worst of the cold winds. If required, prune immediately after flowering. IMPORTANT! While in a dormant state during summer they do not want frequent watering because this can cause damage to the root, they are used to being dry during the summer. For more Tips on growing Cirrhosa Clematis click here.