The creamy blooms of 'Clarence House' grow harmoniously with clematis 'Princess Diana' on a rustic pole. This modern climber was bred by English horticulturist Peter Beales and was given to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on August 4, 2000, to celebrate her 100th birthday.
Gardeners can expect a heavy flush of blooms in the hottest weeks of the summer, and repeat blooming when cooler fall weather arrives. 'Clarence House' grows well in many soil types, including acidic, alkaline, and heavy clay.
Sun Exposure: Full sun
Soil Needs: Clay or loamy, fertile, well-drained soil