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Clematis armandii brightens up the garden in early spring with its fragrant white flowers which smell like hawthorn blossom. Its long, mid-green leaves look attractive all year round and make an effective screen. It was first introduced to England in 1900 by the great plant hunter Ernest Wilson who originally discovered it in China.
As this vigorous climber is on the tender side, it is best grown against a sheltered wall away from cold winds. It requires little pruning other than the removal of any dead or damaged growth after flowering.