These herbaceous cultivars are clump-forming scramblers, or semi-climbers.
Tips for the Diversifolia.
In general, they have non-clinging stems and can be allowed to scramble in herbaceous borders, alternatively they can be used to clamber through open shrubs, small trees, rambler and shrub roses, or obelisks.
They are all hardy, very free flowering, trouble-free clematis, suitable to use as cut flowers and come highly recommended.
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The slightly twisted tepals of the gorgeous mauve-pink blooms have a deeper bar. A superb garden plant, extremely long flowering and easy to grow, it can also be used as a cut flower because the blooms last well in water.