Clematis Betty Corning
This attractive clematis has pale blue-mauve, nodding, bell-shaped flowers with a slightly deeper colour in the textured inside. The four tepals have crimped margins that taper to pointed, recovered tips that are slightly twisted. The blooms have a light fragrance.
- Pruning Group: 3
- Flowering Group: Vitecella
- Flower Size: 5.0cm
- Height: 2.0m to 2.6m
- Awards: Royal Horticultural Society's 'Award of Garden Merit' in 2002
- History: Discovered growing on a side street in Albany, New York in 1933 by Betty Corning, a former President of the Garden Club of America.