Clematis Duchess of Albany
* Dormant plants in 100mm pots.
A wonderful older cultivar that will bloom freely if planted in a sunny position. The upward and outward facing trumpet-shaped flowers are a mid-ping with paler ping margins. The four tepals taper to pointed but gently recurving tips the reveal a textured, pale-ping inner with a bright, deep-pink bar. The cut flowers keep well in water.
- Pruning Group: 3
- Flowering Group: Texensis
- Flower Size: 5.0 to 6.0cm
- Height: 2.6m to 3.3m
- Awards: Royal Horticultural Society 'Award of Garden Merit' in 1897
- History: Raised by Arthur Jackman of Woking in 1890.