Clematis Princess Diana

Clematis Princess Diana

Only the most exquisite Clematis could be named Princess Diana.

An outstanding cross, Princess Diana Clematis delights us with perfectly formed, tulip shaped pink bells. The intricate blossoms look as if they were created by the most gifted artist. Striking reddish pink and pale pink blossoms with cream and maroon stamens appear continually from summer into autumn. Exceptional as a ground cover, Princess Diana Clematis can be used in beds and borders, on trellises, or in containers. Extremely versatile, it can be planted to climb any structure, or planted to sprawl through large shrubs, over tree stumps or walls.

Princess Diana Clematis’ prolific blooming can be enhanced by adding fertilizer. Mulch heavily to shade roots.

Group 3 Pruning—Princess Diana Clematis blooms on new wood, prune hard in spring to a pair of buds about 6-12″ above ground.

Additional Information

Botanical Name

Clematis Princess Diana

Common Name


Bloom Color


Bloom Time

Summer, Fall

Foliage Color


Light Requirements

Part Shade, Sun






Arbor, Containers, Cut Flower, Ground Cover, Hummingbirds, Long Blooming, Trellis


Average, Moist, Rich


Black Walnut, Deer

Water Needs

Average, Consistent



Plant Type


Clematis Growing Tips

Most clematis prefer full sun or light shade, although there are many that prefer more shade. Clematis need cool roots that are shaded. Plant a small shrub or large perennial directly in front of it to shade roots. A thick layer of mulch will also help to keep the soil moist. This vine prefers to be grown in moist, well-drained soil. Plant Clematis 3″ deeper than it was in the original pot. Bury the first set of entire leaves to encourage the production of strong shoots from below soil level and to discourage clematis wilt.