Early (April – May) flowering evergreen clematis with glossy finely divided leaves and masses of 7.5 cm (3″) white flowers with green centers. Supposedly scented, I couldn’t smell anything from the flowers. Some people say the whole plant has a citrus smell but again I couldn’t get anything.
Grows to about 2 meters and can be grown in a large pot. Requires a west or south facing wall with protection from wind. You can grow it up trellis or as just let it sprawl.
Really nice small (3 meters) tree with orange green leaves in the spring fading to green as the season progresses. It grows fast and is reliable. It’s also got orange autumn colour. This is a type of Japanese Maple.
It’s in a 55 cm pot.
I bought mine in Lidl about 7 years ago.
The climber, also a Lidl special, behind it is Clematis ‘Błękitny Anioł’ (syn. ‘Blue Angel’), a Polish variety with blueish violet flowers in July. I remove the growing tips after 4 or 5 leaves to encourage bushiness; I get a lot of small flowers over a longer period.