Clematis Countess of Lovelace
* Dormant plants in 100mm pots.
Another timeless classic that has been around for over 100 years and is still much sought after today. Countess of Lovelace has blue-mauve blooms and those produced on the old wood are doubles with six to eight broad, pointed outer tepals over which are several layers of shorter, narrower, pointed tepals. The later blooms that come from the new wood are singles. The stamens have white filaments and yellow anthers.
- Pruning Group: 2
- Flowering Group: Early large flowered clematis
- Flower Size: 12.5cm to 15.0cm
- Height: 2.0m to 2.6m
- History: Raised and introduced in 1872 by Jackman's of Woking in the UK.