Grows best in a sunny and sheltered spot. Find help & information on Clematis 'Marjorie' (M/d) clematis 'Marjorie' from the RHS Apply a general fertiliser, mulch and water in dry spells. It is no wonder they are so popular! Vigorous clematis, such as C. montana, can be simply sheared over after flowering to keep them tidy ; Old congested plants can be thinned but it is usually easier to renovate ; To renovate, cut all stems back almost to the base, just after flowering. No pruning required as they only flower on old growth (last years wood) Plant in well-drained yet moist and rich soil. I give talks on clematis to gardening clubs and the montanas and several other clematis fall into this category: THE THUGS OF THE CLEMATIS WORLD, NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED. Response is generally good. Clematis Marjorie (Clematis) Clematis montana Marjorie A striking and prolific climber, covered in masses of flowers in early summer.The coppery-pink, double flowers compliment beautifully the bronze-tinted leaves. Clematis - Montana Group Group 1 Clematis (Clematis montana) Previous Next. Masses of creamy-pink double flowers appear in late Spring. The National Collection of Clematis montana is held Val Le Neville-Parry at her garden By The Way in Salisbury, Wiltshire, and contains more than 200 plants in 50 named varieties and cultivars.. A few Clematis montana are rampant reaching 8m or more, but clematis breeding has produced more compact varieties that are suitable for growing in smaller gardens. No real pruning required, just remove any dead stems after flowering.

Vigorous, deciduous shrub with dark-green divided leaves that are tinged with purple when new foliage appears. There are plenty of varieties to select for each season. A shame really because they put on a magnificent display in Spring, perhaps potential buyers should be made more aware of the possible size of mature montana clematis. Grown for it's unusual, spiky petals, these flowers are white to salmon pink with slightly darker pink veining. A more compact variety, ideal for smaller gardens. The Clematis montana species of clematis are very vigorous growers, and are great for growing up through trees, along hedges, over garages, up houses ( basically anywhere that they have room to grow freely) they flower in abundance in May and June, available in pinks and whites and doubles and singles. Choose Clematis for plants for all seasons; start with a Montana type like Clematis montana Rubens for early spring, for late spring early summer you can choose a Clematis Multi Blue or the well known Nelly Moser, for high summer to early autumn you can use a Jackmanni, a Ville de Lyon or for example or a Hagley Hybrid. climbing vine Ranunculaceae Clematis Montana Marjorie has stunning, fully double blooms.

Best grown in a sunny position otherwise the flowers tend to lose a little colour. Max height and spread 6m x 4m. As climbers, Clematis are unsurpassed in their long flowering presence, their rich diversity of flower shapes, their wide array of colors and tolerances in terms of exposure and climate.