Clematis Belle of Woking is an early, large flowered variety of this deciduous climbing plant, producing large but subtly shaded, rosette-shaped double blooms in the very palest violet-blue, with cream stamens. It flowers from late spring or early summer and often again in late summer. A prolific flowerer, it is ideal for trellis or growing through a small tree, or in containers.
A variety bred by Raymond Evison.
A recipient of the RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit), for all round excellence in the garden.
Pot Size: 3L
Common Name: Queen of Vines
Hardiness: Fully hardy to –20°C
Height and Spread: 250cm x 100cm over 2 years
Preferred Soil Type: Any moist but well drained, fertile soil
Aspect: Any aspect
Position: Sheltered or exposed, in sun or partial shade
Flowering Period: May–July and again in August–September
Care: Prune in February or March