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Clematis 'Princess Diana' (T)

Clematis (Texensis Group) 'Princess Diana'

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Full Sun
Moderate care
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy


RHS hardiness


Minimum temperature

Expected size








3 years to reach maturity


  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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Clematis 'Princess Diana' (T) Overview

Clematis 'Princess Diana' is an attractive deciduous climber. Flowering in summer, the many erect tulip-shaped red-pink blooms have lighter pink margins which give the blooms a luminous quality. These gorgeous flowers can measure up to 6cm in length and will flower from late summer until early autumn. Perfect for training up arches, fences, trellises or pergolas, Clematis 'Princess Diana' can be also be grown in large containers on sunny patios. It needs moist, well-drained soil. Clematis 'Princess Diana' flowers on this season's growth which puts it in pruning group three (late winter or early spring). This sun-loving climber grows best when its roots are in the shade. When planting new plants, bury the root ball five to eight cm below the soil surface; this will keep the roots cool and encourage vigorous new shoots. This popular cultivar has earned a coveted 'RHS Award of Garden Merit'.

Common problems with Clematis 'Princess Diana' (T)

How to propagate Clematis 'Princess Diana' (T)


Layer stems in Spring and summer.


Take semi hardwood cuttings in summer.

Special features of Clematis 'Princess Diana' (T)

Attractive flowers

Other uses of Clematis 'Princess Diana' (T)

This plant suits being grown in wall side borders and can be trained up trellis or supports.