|Flowering Months||November - February|
|Spread & Height (feet)||10 - 15|
|Facing Aspect||North, South, East, West|
|Aspect||Any, Partial Shade, Shaded, Sunny|
|Flower Diameter (Inches)||1 - 1.5|
|RHS Award Garden Merit||No|
|Suitable for pot growing||No|
A charming cream flower that has a very heavily freckled and striped inside of red, will provide a great profusion of dainty hanging blooms during the winter months. More abundant than the ever popular Freckles.
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.
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