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Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Paul Farges' SUMMER SNOW creamy white 7 m Small VII-IX N S E W 2-3 (medium) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Paul Farges' SUMMER SNOW

Clematis 'Paul Farges' SUMMER SNOW

A charming, very vigorous, almost rampant cultivar with green foliage persisting well into early November. In summer and autumn small (4-5 cm), star-shaped, slightly scented creamy white flowers are abundantly scattered over the whole plant. Well-liked by bees. A healthy, hardy plant with low requirements. The scent is more distinguished in a sunny position. Excellent for cultivating on fences, walls, pergolas, arbors, walls and big trees. It's particularly useful for ...

Raised by M. A. Beskaravainaya & A. N. Volosenko-Valenis, Ukraine (former USSR) 1962.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Praecox' creamy-blue 3-4 m Small VII-VIII N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Praecox'

Clematis 'Praecox'

An excellent ground-covering semi-herbaceous climber with large, dark green leaves densely spreading over the ground. Small pinkish-mauve flowers in large panicles. It grows rampantly (3-4 m of annual growth), filling the space between trees and shrubs. When no support is provided it makes charming ground cover. Looks lovely when intermingled with other plants, ideal for growing through small shrubs. A hardy and healthy cultivar. Particularly useful for covering low walls, ...

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Jackmanii' violet-purple 3-4 m Medium VI-IX N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis  'Jackmanii'

Jackman Clematis

The oldest large-flowered cultivar raised in England in 1858. Spectacular, dark, violet-purple, semi-nodding flowers with green stamens are borne in great profusion from July to October. A healthy and hardy variety. Ideal for fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and wooden supports. It can clamber over natural supports e.g. small trees or large, deciduous or coniferous shrubs. Suitable for cultivation in large containers.

Raised by George Jackman & Son, United Kingdom. Introduced in 1863.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'White Swan' white, semi-double 2-3 m Small IV-V N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'White Swan'

Clematis 'White Swan'

An early-flowering variety. Beautiful, double, pure-white flowers with very long and twisted sepals, borne during April and May. During summer and autumn they are followed by decorative, bright, silky seed heads, becoming fluffy and gray with age. A very hardy plant with low requirements, it will grow in semi-shaded positions Ideal for growing over low fences and walls or scrambling over rocks, old stumps, shrubs and conifers. Makes good ground ...

Raised by Dr F. L. Skinner, Canada 1961.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Markham's Pink' pink, semi-double 2-3 m Small IV-V N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Markham's Pink'

Clematis 'Markham's Pink'

One of the earliest and most profusely flowering varieties. Lovely, semi-double, pink-crimson flowers, produced from April to June. During summer and autumn they are followed by decorative silky, turning into fluffy and gray with age, seed heads. A very hardy plant with low requirements. Ideal for growing over fences, walls or scrambling over rocks and old stumps. Particularly useful for planting near small trees and coniferous or deciduous shrubs. It ...

Raised by E. Markham, United Kingdom. Introduced in 1935.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis mandschurica white, fragrant 1,5-2 m Small VII-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis mandschurica

Clematis mandschurica

A non-clinging herbaceous perennial, forming masses of small, star-shaped and lightly scented white flowers from July to September. The scent is more distinguished in a sunny position. It grows up to 1,5 m.

 

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

Clematis 'Lagoon'

One of the earliest and most profusely flowering varieties. Charming, deep blue flowers with conspicuous paler staminodes, giving the effect of doubling, produced during April and May. During summer and autumn these are followed by decorative silky seed heads, which become fluffy and gray with age. A very hardy plant with low requirements. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, or scrambling over rocks and old stumps. Particularly useful for planting ...

Raised by G. R. Jackman, United Kingdom. Introduced in 1959.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Willy' deep pink with paler margins 2-3 m Small IV-V N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Willy'

Clematis 'Willy'

One of the earliest and most profusely flowering varieties. Charming, mauve pink flowers with a deep pink blotch at the base of each sepal and paler margins, borne during April-May, are followed during summer and autumn by decorative, silky seed heads. A very hardy plant with low requirements. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, or scrambling over rocks and old stumps. Particularly useful for planting near small trees and coniferous ...

Raised by R. Zwijnenburg, Netherlands 1971.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Pamela Jackman' blue 2,5 m Small IV-V, VII-VIII N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Pamela Jackman'

Clematis 'Pamela Jackman'

One of the earliest and most profusely flowering varieties – during April-June, with occasional flowers in summer. Charming, large, rich blue flowers with outer staminodes tinged blue and inner staminodes white are followed during summer and autumn by decorative silky seed heads. A very hardy plant with low requirements. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, or scrambling over rocks and old stumps. Particularly useful for planting near small trees and ...

Raised by G. R. Jackman, United Kingdom 1939.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Frances Rivis' violet-blue 2-3 m Small IV-V N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Frances Rivis'

Clematis 'Frances Rivis'

A beautiful, early and profusely flowering variety. Violet-blue flowers with a contrasting sheaf of white stamens and staminodes in the center, followed, during summer and autumn, by decorative silky seed heads. A very hardy plant with low requirements. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, or scrambling over rocks and old stumps. Particularly useful for planting near small trees and coniferous or deciduous shrubs. Makes good ground cover.

Raised by Sir Cedric Morris, United Kingdom

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Pink Flamingo' pink, dark at the base, semi-double 2 m Small IV-V, VII-VIII N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis  'Pink Flamingo'

Clematis 'Pink Flamingo'

One of the earliest and most profusely flowering varieties. Charming, mauve pink flowers with a deep pink blotch at the base of each sepal and paler margins, borne during April-June, are followed during summer and autumn by decorative, silky seed heads. A very hardy plant with low requirements. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, or scrambling over rocks and old stumps. Particularly useful for planting near small trees and coniferous ...

Raised by Miss E. Jones, United Kingdom. Introduced in 1993.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Frankie' blue 2 m Small IV-V, VII-VIII N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Frankie'

Clematis 'Frankie'

One of the earliest and most profusely flowering varieties – during April-June, with occasional flowers in summer. Charming, large, rich blue flowers with outer staminodes tinged blue and inner staminodes white are followed during summer and autumn by decorative silky seed heads. A very hardy plant with low requirements. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, or scrambling over rocks and old stumps. Particularly useful for planting near small trees and ...

Raised by F. Meechar, United Kingdom.Introduced in 1991.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Romantika' very deep violet 2-2,5 m Medium VII-IX N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis  'Romantika'

Clematis 'Romantika'

An Estonian cultivar with very deep violet, almost black flowers and contrasting pale yellow stamens. It looks particularly attractive against a light background, meandering through yellow leafed deciduous or coniferous shrubs. Vulnerable to powdery mildew. Suitable for fences, walls , arbors, pergolas, trellises as well as stakes. It can clamber through natural supports e.g. small trees and large deciduous or coniferous shrubs.

Raised by U. & A. Kivistik, Estonia. Named in 1987.

 

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 '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 'Ballet Skirt' pale pink, semi-double 1,5-2 m Small IV-V, VIII N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Ballet Skirt'

Clematis 'Ballet Skirt'

An aptly named cultivar with delicate pale pink semi-double flowers and light yellow stamens bearing a close resemblance to a ballet dancer' skirt. Blooms profusely on old wood in early spring, but some flowers continue to appear throughout the summer. In summer and autumn decorative seedheads develop. Very hardy and undemanding. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, rocks and old trunks. It can clamber through small trees and deciduous or ...

Raised by S. Zubrowski, Canada 1981.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Maidwell Hall' pale blue, semi-double 2-3 m Medium IV-V, VIII N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Maidwell Hall'

Clematis 'Maidwell Hall'

A very hardy and undemanding selected seedling of Clematis macropetala. Charming semi-double pale blue flowers are borne profusely in the early spring on old wood. Some flowers continue to appear throughout the summer. Decorative seedheads adorn the plant in summer and autumn. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, rocks and old trunks. Particularly useful for growing through small trees and deciduous or coniferous shrubs. Makes good ground cover, suitable for ...

Raised by G. R. Jackman, United Kingdom. Introduced in 1956.

 

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

Clematis 'Riga'

An early-flowering (April-May), Swedish cultivar with partially open, slightly nodding, white, 4-tepalled flowers. It resembles Clematis sibirica but has much larger flowers. From June to autumn the plant is adorned with fluffy seed heads. It holds on to supports using twining leaf petioles. Very frost hardy and undemanding. Succeeds in semi-shade. Particularly useful for covering fences, rocks, old tree trunks or deciduous and coniferous shrubs. Suitable as a ground-cover plant.

Raised by M. Johnson, Sweden 1992.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Janny' pink, semi-double 2-3 m Small IV-V N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Janny'

Clematis 'Janny'

A cultivar with intriguing semi-double slightly nodding bell-shaped pink flowers, 7 cm across. 4 deep pink tepals with numerous staminodes. It flowers in late April and May, as the last cultivar of the group.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Columella' red-pink 2-3 m Medium IV-V N S E W 1 (none) Zones 3 - 9
Clematis 'Columella'

Clematis 'Columella'

Intriguing, recurving, bell-shaped, fragrant flowers, 7-10 cm across. Four lanceolate, slightly twisted tepals, creamy pink inside and pink-purple on the outside with a creamy edge. It blooms in late April and May, as one of the last of the group and it sometimes repeats flowering in summer. From June to autumn attractive fluffy seed heads adorn the plant. It grows 2-3 m high and clings to its support by twining ...

Bred by Magnus Johnson in 1979.

 

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