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Clematis - 344 Plants Other climbers - 138 Plants Ground covers - 94 Plants
Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Abundance' violet 3 m Medium VI-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Abundance'

Clematis 'Abundance'

A healthy and very free-flowering cultivar growing up to 3 m. Charming, wine-red, semi-nodding flowers with delicately veined tepals, borne from July to September. Greenish-yellow anthers. It needs a site in full sun, but has low soil requirements. Best planted near small trees or shrubs, arbors and various supports. It may be used as ground cover.

Raised by F. Morel, France. Introduced in 1939.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Ai-Nor' pale pink 2-2,5 m Big V-VIII N - E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Ai-Nor'

Clematis 'Ai-Nor'

A Russian variety of an interesting flower colour. Flowers 10-12 cm in diameter, usually have 6 elliptic, pale pink sepals in a warm delicate hue with darker tips and yellow anthers on white filaments. New growth is purple-coloured. Attaches itself to the support by means of twining leaf petioles.

Raised by M.A. Beskaravainaya (USRR). Named in 1972.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Akaishi' violet-purple with a red central bar 2-3 m Big V-VI, IX N - E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Akaishi'

Clematis 'Akaishi'

A Japanese cultivar with attractive large bicolor flowers. Purple-crimson sepals with wavy edges and a broad vivid red bar along the center. Creamy filaments tipped with crimson anthers. In direct sunlight flowers fade and wither quickly. Only light pruning required. Suitable for growing over fences, arbors, trellises, stakes and other garden supports. It can clamber over natural supports, such as deciduous and coniferous bushes or dwarf shrubs that don't require ...

Introduced by Sakata no Tane Co., Japan

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Alba Luxurians' white-green 3 m Medium VII-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Alba Luxurians'

Clematis 'Alba Luxurians'

A charming climber, moderately strong-growing, healthy and undemanding. Intriguing white, tinted with green flowers with very deep purple anthers. Best grown in a sunny position. Suitable for growing over fences, pergolas and arbors. It can clamber over natural supports such as small trees and shrubs. Excellent for cultivation in large containers on terraces and balconies. Recommended to both amateurs and connoisseurs. It may be used as ground cover.

Raised by R. Veitch, United Kingdom 1900.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Albina Plena' white, double 3-4 m Small IV-V N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Albina Plena'

Clematis 'Albina Plena'

A very valuable Swedish cultivar, raised as a hybrid of Clematis faurieri and Clematis sibirica. Charming double flowers of the shape of an open bell, 6-8 cm across, slightly nodding. White sepals with pale yellow stamens. Main and the most profuse flowering in April-May on old wood, but it continues blooming throughout the summer on new shoots. From June to autumn the plant is additionally adorned with light silky seedheads. ...

Raised by M. Johnson, Sweden 1982.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Alionushka' pink, bell-shaped 1,5-2 m Medium VI-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Alionushka'

Clematis 'Alionushka'

Bell-shaped, nodding, rose-pink flowers with pale yellow anthers. A beautiful herbaceous clematis with raised, non-clinging stems (as in climbing rose). When no support is provided, it scrambles over the ground. Looks lovely when intermingled with other plants. A hardy cultivar particularly useful as ground cover, perfect for growing on terraces.

Raised by A. N. Volosenko-Valenis, Ukraine (former USSR). Named in 1969.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Allanah' deep crimson 2-3 m Big VII-X N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Allanah'

Clematis 'Allanah'

A variety raised in New Zealand. Very large, deep crimson, velvet flowers with very deep red, almost black anthers are borne at the tips of the stems. When hard-pruned (3) it flowers from July to October, whereas after slight pruning (A) it will flower from June to September. It’s best grown in a sunny position against a bright background.

Raised by A. Keay, New Zeland.Introduced in 1974.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Ameshisuto' lilac-blue 2-3 m Big VI-VIII N S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Ameshisuto'

Clematis 'Ameshisuto'

A Japanese cultivar with lilac-blue flowers, 15 cm across, composed of 6-8 petals. The stamens have pale yellow anthers on long creamy filaments. Flowers appear from June to August. It can grow up to 2-3 m high and attaches itself to the support by means of twining leaf petioles. Useful for growing on fences, arbours, trellises, poles and other garden supports. It can climb up natural supports such as deciduous ...

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Andromeda' creamy pink with a stripe, single or semi-double 2-3 m Big V-VI, IX N S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Andromeda'

Clematis 'Andromeda'

A moderately fast growing cultivar with bicolor flowers: creamy pink with a vivid pink stripe at the center of the sepals. Yellow stamens. Semi-double flowers are borne from the end of May to the end of June. In September it repeats flowering, abounding with large but single flowers. It doesn't like extremely hot, sunny areas. Particularly suitable for trellises, stakes and other garden supports. It can clamber over natural supports ...

Raised by K. Pyne, United Kingdom.Introduced in 1994.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Ania' pale pink 2-3 m Big V, VII-IX N S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Ania'

Clematis 'Ania'

A free-flowering Polish cultivar with pale pink flowers and cream stamens. In spring flowers are tinged with green. It clings to a support using twining leaf petioles. Suitable for growing over arbors, trellises, stakes and other garden supports. It can climb over natural supports such as coniferous or deciduous bushes and dwarf shrubs that don’t require hard pruning.
Particularly useful for planting against dark background, on a site sheltered ...

Raised by Stefan Franczak, Poland.Introduced in 1988.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Anita' white 3-4 m Small VII-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Anita'

Clematis 'Anita'

A charming and vigorous cultivar, a hybrid of Clematis potaninii var. fargesii and Clematis tangutica. Very free-flowering from July to September. White flowers with a tuft of golden stamens unfurl from creamy white semi-nodding buds. Requires hard pruning. It has little soil requirements and will perform well in all but waterlogged soils, so good drainage is essential. Prefers sunny sites.
Particularly useful for all kinds of tall supports, ...

Raised by R. Zwijnenburg, Netherlands 1988.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Anna German' pale lilac 2 m Big V-VI, VIII-IX N S E W 2 (light) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis  'Anna German'

Clematis 'Anna German'

A Russian cultivar with a moderate growth rate. Pale lilac flowers with a lighter bar at the center of the sepals and with yellow stamens are borne during May and June and again during August and September. It climbs over the supports by means of twining petioles. Suitable for growing over trellises, arches and other garden supports.

Raised by M. F. Sharonova, Russia (former USSR) 1972.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Anna Karolina' white 2-3 m Big V-VI, VIII-IX N S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Anna Karolina'

Clematis 'Anna Karolina'

A Polish cultivar with white flowers and purple anthers on white filaments. Flowers very freely in spring (May-June) and again at the end of summer (August-September). Requires light pruning. Suitable for growing over fences, arbors, trellises, stakes and other garden supports. It can clamber through natural supports, such as deciduous and coniferous bushes or dwarf shrubs.

Raised by Stefan Franczak, Poland

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Arabella' (1994) violet-blue 1,5-2 m Small VI-X - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Arabella' (1994)

Clematis 'Arabella' (1994)

From June to October mid-blue flowers with conspicuous cream anthers are abundantly scattered over the whole plant. Very free flowering over a long period. A charming climber with raised, non-clinging stems (as in climbing rose). When no support is provided, it scrambles over the ground. Looks lovely when intermingled with other plants, ideal for growing through small shrubs. A hardy cultivar, particularly useful as ground cover, perfect for growing on ...

Raised by B. Fretwell, United Kingdom 1990.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis armandii 'Apple Blossom' pale pink, fragrant 4-6 m Small III-IV N - - W 1 (none) Zones 7 - 9
Clematis armandii 'Apple Blossom'

Armand's Clematis (Evergreen Clematis) 'Apple Blossom'

A vigorous climber growing 3-5 m high with dark glossy evergreen leaves. From March to May pale pink fragrant flowers, 4-6 cm across, appear on the plant. It requires a warm, sunny, sheltered site and fertile well-drained soil. It sustains temperatures down to -12 oC. Suitable for growing in large containers. It’s recommended for winter gardens

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis armandii 'Snowdrift' white, fragrant 3-5 m Small III-V N - - W 1 (none) Zones 7B - 9
Clematis armandii 'Snowdrift'

Armand's Clematis (Evergreen Clematis) 'Snowdrift'

A vigorous climber with evergreen dark glossy leaves. White fragrant flowers, 5-6 cm across, appear from March to May. Plant in a sheltered site. It’s cold-resistant, and will tolerate temperature down to -12oC. It’s particularly recommended for winter gardens.

Raised by L. Burbank, United Kingdom 1896.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Asagasumi' (OPALINE) pearly white 2-3 m Big V-VI, VIII-IX N - E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Asagasumi' (OPALINE)

Clematis 'Asagasumi' (OPALINE)

A moderately vigorous Japanese cultivar. Blossoms in May-June, and again in September. Flowers large, pearly white, with a pale pink bar at the center of the tepals, yellow stamens. Only light pruning is required. In full sun flowers fade and cease blooming very quickly. Excellent for fences, arbors, trellises and poles. It can also be grown over natural supports such as coniferous or deciduous bushes and dwarf shrubs.

Raised by Yoshio Kubota, Japan 1939.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Asao' pink-red 2-3 m Big V-VI, VII-IX N - E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Asao'

Clematis 'Asao'

A moderately fast growing Japanese cultivar with large bicolor flowers: deep pink with a white central bar and yellow anthers, from May to September. It doesn’t like extremely hot, sunny areas. Excellent for growing over fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and stakes. It can also be grown over natural supports such as coniferous or deciduous bushes and dwarf shrubs.

Raised by Kazushige Ozawa, Japan 1971.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Ascotiensis' blue 2,5-3 m Big VII-IX N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Ascotiensis'

Clematis 'Ascotiensis'

Deep blue flowers up to 15 cm in diameter with wavy-edged sepals. Beige anthers on creamy-green filaments. Flowers profusely from July to September on current year’s growth.
Suitable for covering trellises, training on poles and other garden supports. It can also be left to scramble over natural supports.

Raised by J. Standish, United Kingdom.Introduced in 1874.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Ashva' purple-violet with a red bar 1,5-2 m Medium VI-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Ashva'

Clematis 'Ashva'

A compact climber with round, 5-8 cm across, purple-violet flowers composed of 6 tepals with a red bar along the midrib that is gradually getting darker towards the base. The tepals are almost round and have charming wavy edges. The central eye consists of purple anthers on white-pink filaments. It flowers profusely on new wood from June to September. It attains the height of 1,5-2 m and attaches itself to ...

 

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