Clematis Marie Boisselot (also known as Clematis Madame le Coultre) is a popular vigorous medium-sized deciduous climbing plant. It bears huge, flat, single flowers to 20cm in width, with eight satin-textured, rounded, overlapping petals that are sparklingly white, with creamy-yellow stamens in the centre. It is an excellent variety to row in a patio pot.
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: 300cm x 100cm over 5 years
Preferred Soil Type: Any moist but well drained, fertile soil
Position: Sheltered or exposed, in sun or partial shade
Flowering Period: Early summer to autumn
Care: Pruning group 2; prune April or May, only when too large to enjoy the flowers