Original:Viticella type clematis – campaniflora (white flowers) New:Clematis are a very popular climber with a large number a varieties (over 300). With its beauty of form, variety of colouring and generous display and varieties flowering in every season, they are revered as the ‘Queen of Climbers’. All clematis fall into one of three groups and each variety listed in this encyclopedia will be given the appropriate group number. This relates to the pruning required to keep your clematis in tip-top condition. The different groups are explained under pruning tasks. Clematis campaniflora is a native of Portugal and Western Spain. It has dainty little blue-white nodding bell-shaped flowers with recurved tips in Summer. Requires hard pruning

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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