Our Clematis Chantilly Vining Plant may be the most fragrant clematis yet. Yielding slightly ruffled; white blossoms barely touched with healthy, blush-worthy pink; these blossoms release a remarkably appealing essence as they age. Additionally, you will find Chantilly to be a bit more demure in height and breadth, this compact cultivar suited for both containers and in-ground applications. A Group 2 Clematis, look for this one to bloom on old wood; only cut back 6 to 8 inches in very early spring, right above the point where each stem branches, leaving the two tiny buds in place. Wherever you plant it, the reddish-brown and light spring-green frilled center will draw your attention, while the ever-pleasant fragrance may have you burying your nose in them!
Common Names: Leatherflower, Traveler’s Joy
Companion Planting: Dahlia, Phlox, Salvia