* Dormant plants in 100mm pots.
Pale satin-pink blooms are heavily overlaid with deep cherry-ping which is even darker along the bar, extreme margins and tips. The six to eight tepals have a delicately textured surface and taper via lightly crimped margins to pointed tips. The stamens contrast nicely with white filaments and dark purple-red anthers. This variety is suitable for growing in containers or planting in the garden.
- Pruning Group: 2
- Flowering Group: Early large flowered clematis
- Flower Size: 12.5cm to 18.0cmcm
- Height: 2.0m to 2.6m
- History: Hybridised by Walter Bennell of Lincoln in the UK in 1961