Clematis GREEN PASSION PBR ‘Zo11050’ £16.00. This extraordinary new clematis has a double green flower head with later tepals having white tips to them. Sporadic autumn flowers are double with more white than green in them. Absolutely gorgeous! Availability: In stock. £16.00.
Clematis Green Passion is described by the Dutch nursery as a hardy climber with stems up to 2 m long from the Patens Group. The flowers have a diameter of 8-10 cm, and are double. Later the tepals will get a bit white tips.
Clematis Green Passion is a member of the Early Large-flowered Group, and opens its first flush of flowers in May and June. Each flower is 10-15cm (4-6in) across, fully double and packed with masses of apple green petals that are paler on the backs.
Clematis Green Passion, very different and New for 2018, nice double green/cream flowers twice a year! Double Flowered plant: Also suitable for containers: Sent out in Large 2 litre pots, (8 inches deep x 5 inches wide) In most cases plants are around 1 metre high when sent out (depending on growth rate & time of year)
IMPORTANT: The Clematis cultivars shown on this website are in commercial production by J. van Zoest B.V. The names, pictures and descriptions of the cultivars are listed solely for the purpose of information.
Thorncroft Clematis Green Passion (‘Zo11050’) – from Horticulture Week
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Clematis GREEN PASSION ‘Zo11050’ PBR. This new clematis has a double green flower head with later tepals having white tips to them. Autumn flowers are double with more white than green in them.
The flowers on my clematis are near green and not like the photographic image. The coloured sections of Clematis flowers (known as sepals) normally have a small amount of green pigment. This will become more prominent in cold conditions.