Clematis napaulensis is a delightful climber and has flowered here happily for the last 12 years. It aesivates in June (sheds it's leaves and goes dormant).It comes into leaf again in the autumn and the fresh new foliage shows off the lovely cream flowers and purple stems.
CLEMATIS CIRRHOSA 'FRECKLES'
No garden should be without some winter flowering climbers and this is one of the best. An evergreen climber, it flowers almost continually (in a good year) from the autumn right through the winter. It even has bursts of seasonal amnesia during the summer. The flowers are cream coloured, the size of an apricot and so heavily blotched with maroon spots inside that it appears deep pink. They can be damaged in very severe weather – but quickly reapp