Clematis Miss Bateman is a very flowering climbing plant, it is ideal for the beauty of small gardens, its flowering occurs in May to June, but it will surprise you with a new flowering in September, because it is a rising variety. Its specificity lies in its white satin flowers, 12 to 15 cm wide, enhanced by a multitude of very dark purple stamens which gives it a red heart, and in the fact that these pretty flowers can be counted by the hundred Every year.
The Clematis Miss Bateman, with a height of 1.80 to 2.50 meters, is a climber suitable for any type of support. Its twining stems hang firmly on it during growth. It can be planted in humus and draining soil, leaning against a wall, along a pergola or even covering a hedge, or simply in a pretty pot placed on your terrace where it can stay installed all year round, because it can withstand a temperature of up to -20 ° C. Planting requires a bright place or well exposed to the sun, it is however necessary to keep the soil cool by surrounding the surface around its stump with a mulch of bark and preferably keep it in the shade.
In order to perfect your garden, it can be used to make a pretty combination of beds, in other words, the Clematis Miss Bateman can very well marry with climbing roses in bright color or with flowering shrubs like Lilac, philadelphus or weigela.