Named for the area of Northern India bordering Kashmir and Tibet this tough vigorous climber is one of the easiest and most drought tolerant of all Clematis. It has markedly dissected grey-green leaves and from mid-summer into the autumn carries dangling bronze-yellow lanterns. The autumn seed heads are particularly handsome and warrant the popular English name “Old Man’s Beard.” It will quickly cover a two metre high fence. 200cm x 150cm.
Pruning Group 4