A vigorous climber and profuse bloomer, Duchess of Albany is a texensis hybrid featuring two-tone, tulip-shaped, 3" diameter fluted pink flowers with a prominent cherry-pink bar down the inside center of each petal surrounding yellow stamens. Pinnately trifoliolate medium green foliage serves as an excellent backdrop for the flowers. At 8 to 12 feet tall it will quickly cover structures up to 10 feet tall. This one starts blooming in July in our gardens and continues through early fall. If left to meander along the ground, Duchess of Albany 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!