Although pruning isn't essential, you can give her a trim after flowering to maintain her shape.
Cleo likes her gritty, well drained soil to stay moist, so give her a little drink if it hasn't rained in a while - just make sure her soil is dry first. Climbing walls is thirsty work.
A sunny spot
Cleo prefers full sun, so make sure you plant her in a spot that gets plenty of light.
Keep her out of strong, direct winds. She prefers a little bit more shelter.
Evergreen, flowering perennial, climber
Plant height (including pot)
Toxic if eaten
Nursery pot size
Hailing from China, this snow-white, almond scented beauty made it to the gardens of Japan in the 1600s before being introduced to Europeans a century later. She is a great climber and flowers from March to April every year. She may lose those blossoms in the winter, but her glossy green foliage still looks amazing.