Clematis x viticella ‘Little Nell’
Small 5-7cm cream flowers edged pale mauve are freely produced on a vigorous climber to 3-4metres. First flowering from November until early January it will rebloom late February, March and April if cut back hard after the first flush of bloom is spent. Cut back again to 20-30cm duringwinter. ‘Little Nell’ was raised early in the 20th century by Francisque Morel and named for the wife of Ernest Markham who was the head gardener at Gravetye Manor when William Robinson owned it.
Pruning Group 3
These are deciduous plants shipped in their winter dormant state