Clematis montana Marjorie

Clematis montana Marjorie


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Part of the Montana family, Clematis Marjorie is unusual in having double flowers in the softest cream and pink, creating a pretty, almost frilly effect covering a wall or fence. Just as vigorous as other Montanas, Marjorie is especially valuable in being able to beautify a north-facing wall. The deciduous foliage has a subtle bronze tint.

Clematis have their roots in the Far East. The first example, C. Viticella, arrived in Europe in the mid-16th century. Two centuries later, the Victorians bred numerous varieties and their popularity continues. The native climber is C. Vitalba, a familiar sight in autumn hedgerows, the fluffy seed heads explaining the traditional name: Old Man’s Beard.


Flowering late spring to early summer

  • Well drained, fertile soil
  • All aspects
  • Full sun. partial shade
  • Sheltered
  • Clematis likes cool roots, so position it so that the roots will be shaded from the sun by another plant.
  • Consider the space it will need to climb and provide a suitably large structure with wires.
  • Group 1 for pruning
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