A Stunning white clematis edged in fushia pink colour with reddish purple anthers
In flower, early June, Sheffield UK. Flowers are up to 20cm across.
The most stunning clematis I've ever seen
Won second place in the Perennial category of DG's photo contest in 2009.
Grows very well here in just afternoon sun.
Each flower is 5.5 to 6 inches - quite impessive.
During a very windy day, when I was sure the petals would go flying, it remained intact.
Omoshiro began blooming three weeks early during the warm spring we had here in 2010: May 1st.
Older, paler bloom and a brand new one.
Close-up of old and new blooms.
This photo won first prize in Perennials in the DG 2010 photo contest.
second week of May, z7, with a friendly petunia