Clematis are a well know and very widely planted species of vigorous climber that are widely distributed around the world. There are many forms and hybrids in cultivation, almost all grown for their amazing flowers. In general Clematis like to be planted in full sun but with shaded roots. A fertile moist well drained soil will give best results but in truth they are seldom very fussy! Blue Angel is an exquisite, large flowered variety and a winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Blue Angel produces beautiful light blue, flushed pink flowers with a lighter central bar and creamy yellow anthers in the centre. It is a vigorous plant producing literally hundreds of flowers over a long period from June to September. This Clematis is in group 3 for pruning. Can be used in a mixed planting or as a stand alone specimen in the garden or can easily be grown in a pot or container. Requires a frame work of some description to twine around. If it becomes to large it can easily be cut back after the spring flowers. When growing in a pot or other container. Use a good quality John Innes compost as this plant will be there a long time and peaty types of compost eventually degrade and become too packed and choke the roots. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 5-6 month applied in late spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost.