This climber is definitely under grown. So many people require a neat evergreen climber that flowers, is fragrant, and doesn’t have vicious thorns of a Pyracantha. It can be kept in trim easily and is the perfect answer for the tidy gardener who likes a plant to know its place and stick to it. The flowers come in very early spring, smelling slightly of honey. In the autumn the foliage can take on a reddish tinge, the new growth is yellowish green but always has a lustrous she
This intriguing little clematis will scramble through a shrub to a height of about 6 or 8 foot. It's fleshy pitcher-shaped flowers are an unusual dusky colour. It requires no special attentions and seems to prefer to be pruned hard in the spring.