Clematis Abundance 165mm
The pretty, semi-nodding to outward facing flowers are a pinky-red with greenish-yellow anthers and it is aptly named as it flowers are indeed produced in abundance. The four to six broad tepals have dark pinkish-red veins on a deeply textured surface and the serrated margins recurve as they taper to blunt, strongly recurved tips. This clematis is very vigorous and perfect for growing up trees or other climbing plants and is a good companion for larger shrubs such a camellias which have finished their spring blooms.
- Pruning Group: 3
- Flowering Group: Vitecella
- Flower Size: 7.5cm
- Height: 2.6m to 3.0m
- Awards: Royal Horticultural Society 'Award of Garden Merit' 2002
- History: Raised by Morel in France around 1900, it was introduced to Britain by Jackman's of Woking in 1939.