A hybrid cross between Clematis texensis and Clematis ‘Bees Jubilee’, and named in honor of Diana, Princess of Wales, the Princess Diana Clematis features a profusion of beautiful, tulip-shaped flowers with deep reddish pink petals having soft pink margins. Cute cream yellow stamens poke out from the center. The bloom occurs from early summer to early fall. The flowers are followed by attractive silky seed heads. Pinnately trifoliolate medium green foliage serves as an excellent backdrop for the flowers. At 6 to 8 feet tall it will quickly cover a trellis, fence, mailbox lamp post, rail, obelisk or other structure. If left to meander along the ground, Princess Diana makes an attractive ground cover or filler around shrubs, or as a companion for climbing roses and small trees. Easy to grow, nothing seems to discourage this beautiful flowering vine, even clay soils and blazing sun or part shade. Get all the details below!