Making their first appearance in June, the pure white blossoms of Henryii are up to 7" in diameter, centered by brown anthers.
~ It repeat blooms in June and September ~
Note: An initial key to growing Clematis successfully appears to be keeping the plant's root system cool. The most vigorous vines seem to result from 3-4" of good mulch, plenty of moisture, and protection from the hot afternoon sun.
Photo courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, NC
Perennial Flowering Vine
Deciduous - Dormant during colder months
6' - 10'
3' - 6'
Primary Foliage Color
Seasonal Foliage Color
Dormant during the colder months
Early Summer to Frost
Full Sun and Partial Shade
Average: Ensure the planting area is prepared for good drainage. Poor drainage areas may result in 'root rot'.