Data specific to Clematis (Edit)
Raised by: Isaac Anderson-Henry
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Growing Zones: USDA Zone 4
USDA Zone 5
USDA Zone 6
USDA Zone 7
USDA Zone 8
USDA Zone 9
USDA Zone 10
USDA Zone 11
Typical Plant Size: Typically 10 to 15 feet
Pruning Group: Group 2 - Optional, light pruning after flowering
Bloom Diameter: Large - between 6 to 8 inches
Bloom Color (Tepals): White/Cream/Silver hue
Bar or Accent Color (if applicable): Other: Green, which disappears as flowers fade
Center Color (Anthers): Purple anthers
Bloom Shape: Single
Other: Very pointed sepals
Preferred Light: Tolerates full shade
Tolerates partial shade
Prefers full sun
Suitability as Cut Flower: Excellent cut flower (strong stem, long vase life)
Moisture Requirements: Average moisture requirements
Additional Information: Free-flowering (very floriferous)
Recommendations: Good choice for a container
Good choice for shaded areas or northern walls
Good choice for very cold climates
Good choice for hot climates

General Plant Information (Edit)
Plant Habit: Vine
Life cycle: Perennial
Sun Requirements: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Plant Height: 10-12 feet
Leaves: Deciduous
Flowers: Showy
Flower Color: White
Flower Time: Late spring or early summer
Late summer or early fall
Wildlife Attractant: Bees

Common names
  • Clematis
Also sold as:
  • Bangholm Belle
  • Anderson-Henryi
  • Lawsoniana Henryi

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  • Posted by tabbycat (Youngsville, LA - Zone 9b) on Jun 20, 2018 3:41 PM concerning plant:
    My Henryi is starting all new growth, as it does after a dieback following a gorgeous display each spring. It's in a large hanging basket on the edge of my porch, where it gets morning sun and then bright light the rest of the day. It travels up the hanger and then mixes with a 5-leaf Akebia vine I have trained from post to post. This spring it traveled about 5' into the akebia and it looked like that vine had the large white flowers. I water it every other day with rain water I collect. To fertilize it and help fight the diseases it tends to get here in south Louisiana's humidity, I sprinkle granular Bayer Rose & Flower 3 in 1 once a month. It will bloom again in July and then again about October. Except for looking dead between flushes of growth and flowering, its huge white flowers are worth its care.
  • Posted by pirl (Southold, Long Island, NY - Zone 7a) on Dec 16, 2013 11:03 AM concerning plant:
    Very easy to layer and often does it without human intervention.
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