Willy Alpine Clematis Plants

Shade Full Sun, Partial Shade
Area Exposed Windy Areas, Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Soil Good, Well Drained, Alkaline/Chalky, Poor/Dry
Colour Pink (Light)
Type Climber or Rambler, Pot Grown
Flowering Mar, Apr

Clematis alpina Willy

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Clematis Alpina 'Willy'

Clematis Alpina 'Willy' is a delightful deciduous climber covered prolifically in March and April with pretty pale pink drooping bell shaped flowers with mauve tints at the base of the petals.

It will thrive in full sun or partial shade, as long as the roots have a shady run, and prefers alkaline to neutral soil. It requires no pruning after the first 12 months and, if the plant is deadheaded in the spring, it will sometimes produce a second flush of blooms in late August/September. It takes a couple of years to get fully established but will then reach up to 3m.

Browse our variety of clematis or see our full range of climbing plants.

Great for your garden:

He is the perfect clematis for clothing or tumbling over low walls when it will form a trailing mound 3m x 1.5m and provide a stunning show of mauve tinged pale pink bell flowers in early spring.

It is fully hardy and will tolerate light shade but is at its best when the flowers are in full sun and the roots have a cool shaded run. It will train against a wall or pergola but will need support by way of wires or trellis. It requires no pruning and can therefore be left to scramble over tree stumps or as ground cover in wall side borders. It can also be grown in a container where its growth can be limited by judicious pruning.

  • Does very well in its natural habit growing through shrubs and hedges
  • Also looks great over a post or trellis, wall or arch
  • Mid-green foliage with narrow leaflets
  • Appreciates a good feed and regular watering
  • Flowers profusely

Clematis Alpina 'Willy' characteristics.

  • Hardy deciduous woody growth.
  • Will grow to an eventual height and spread of 3m x 1.5m.
  • Delightful drooping bell-shaped flowers of pink tinged with mauve.
  • Mid green leaves.
  • Early spring flowering with occasional second flush.

Look out for:

Willy is relatively disease free but, as with all clematis, Wilt can be a problem.

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Bareroot planting is best done between November and April
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