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Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Daniel Deronda' violet-blue, semi-double or single 2 m Big V-VI, VIII-IX - S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Daniel Deronda'

Clematis 'Daniel Deronda'

A charming cultivar with very large, semi-double, violet-blue, paler towards the center, flowers, borne from May to June. Creamy-yellow anthers. During summer, it repeats flowering, abounding with large but single flowers. It looks particularly lovely when planted in a sunny spot against a bright background.

Raised by C. Noble, United Kingdom 1882.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Duchess of Edinburgh' double white, single in summer 2-3 m Big V-VI, VII-VIII - S - W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Duchess of Edinburgh'

Clematis 'Duchess of Edinburgh'

A moderately fast growing cultivar. Large, double, rosette-like, white with green shading flowers, borne on previous year’s wood in May-June. During summer single flowers are produced on new growth. It thrives best in full sun. Excellent for walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and poles. Its effect is quite spectacular when grown against a dark background.

Raised by George Jackman & Son, 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 'Ernest Markham' red-violet with a velvety sheen 3-4 m Big VII-VIII, IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Ernest Markham'

Clematis 'Ernest Markham'

A moderately growing, floriferous cultivar. Glowing red-violet flowers with a velvety sheen and cream-brown stamens. Excellent for walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and poles. It can also be grown into natural supports such as small trees or over large bushy, deciduous or coniferous shrubs. Suitable for cultivation in large containers. Particularly useful for sunny sites.

Raised by E. Markham, United Kingdom. Introduced in 1938.

 

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

Clematis 'Gipsy Queen'

A healthy, floriferous cultivar of medium growth. Large, star-shaped, rich velvety violet-purple flowers with red anthers are borne in great profusion from July to September. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and wooden supports. It can clamber over natural supports e.g. small trees and large, deciduous or coniferous shrubs.

Raised by T. Cripps, United Kingdom 1877.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Matka Siedliska' white, double or single 2-3 m Medium V-VI, VII-VIII - S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Matka Siedliska'

Clematis 'Matka Siedliska'

A Polish variety with large white, sometimes slightly pink flowers. Double flowers are borne on previous year’s wood in May - June, whereas in July - August single flowers with reddish-brown anthers are produced on current year’s shoots.

Raised by Stefan Franczak, Poland. Introduced in 1987.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Matka Urszula Ledóchowska' white 2-3 m Big V-VI - S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Matka Urszula Ledóchowska'

Clematis 'Matka Urszula Ledóchowska'

A very early flowering Polish variety with a medium rate of growth. White flowers with nicely contrasting deep red anthers, borne during May and June. Excellent for growing over fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and wooden supports.

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 'Proteus' double deep mauve-pink, single in summer 2-2,5 m Big V-VI, VII-VIII - S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Proteus'

Clematis 'Proteus'

A moderately fast growing cultivar with double deep mauve-pink flowers on previous year’s wood. During summer single flowers are borne on new growth. It thrives best in full sun. Excellent for walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and poles.

Raised by C. Noble, United Kingdom 1876.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Vyvyan Pennell' double violet-blue, single in summer 2-3 m Big V-VI, VIII - S - W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Vyvyan Pennell'

Clematis 'Vyvyan Pennell'

Described by its raisers as the best double clematis yet produced. Moderately fast growing cultivar with large, fully double, deep violet-blue flowers flushed with purple and carmine in center, borne on previous year’s wood in May-June. In August single, lavender-blue flowers produced on new growth. Thrives best in sunny positions. Excellent for growing over fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and wooden supports.

Raised by W. Pennell, 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 'Venosa Violacea' violet with white spots 2-3 m Medium VI-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Venosa Violacea'

Clematis 'Venosa Violacea'

A healthy, undemanding variety with intriguing bicolor flowers. White tepals are veined in purple. Deepest purple anthers. Suitable for growing over fences, pergolas, arbors and various garden supports. It can clamber over natural supports such as small trees and shrubs. Excellent for cultivation in large containers on terraces and balconies. It looks particularly effective when grown through plants with pale or variegated foliage. Recommended to both amateurs and experienced gardeners. ...

Raised by Lemoine et fils, France 1883.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Mme Julia Correvon' red 3-4 m Medium VI-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Mme Julia Correvon'

Clematis 'Mme Julia Correvon'

A healthy, free-flowering cultivar from Viticella group. Rose-red flowers with yellow stamens are profusely borne from June to September. It has low soil requirements. An ideal climber for clothing unsightly walls and buildings; excellent for growing over fences or any kind of garden support. Enlivens and adds adornment to every garden when planted among shrubs or conifers. Makes good ground cover.

Raised by F. Morel, France 1900.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Prince Charles' light blue 2 m Medium VI-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Prince Charles'

Clematis 'Prince Charles'

A compact variety, very free-flowering and easy to grow. Semi-nodding, medium size, pale blue flowers and small leaves. An excellent clematis for growing into small trees or over shrubs, fences, arbors and various garden supports. May be used as ground cover.

Selected by A. Keay, New Zeland. Introduced in 1976.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis flammula white, fragrant 5 m Small VII-X - S - W 3-2 (rather hard) Zones 6A - 9
Clematis flammula

Clematis flammula

A strong-growing climber forming a dense tangle of glabrous stems clothed with bright green leaves. From July to October the loose panicles of small, pure white, star-shaped flowers with delicious almond scent are abundantly scattered over the whole plant, followed in autumn and winter by silky seed heads.
Suitable for growing over fences, pergolas, arbors and walls – in sunny, warm and sheltered positions. Not very hardy - ...

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis montana var. rubens pink 8 m Small V - S E W 1 (none) Zones 6 - 9
Clematis montana var. rubens

Anemone Clematis var. rubens

A beautiful, very strong-growing and floriferous climber. During May and June a mass of scented, rosy mauve-pink flowers, abundantly scattered over the whole plant, can last as long as a few weeks. Unfortunately flower buds and sometimes stems tend to freeze during severe winters. It’s, therefore, suitable for growing only in sheltered positions, with a milder microclimate.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Bill MacKenzie' yellow 6 m Small VI-X - S E W 3-2 (rather hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Bill MacKenzie'

Clematis 'Bill MacKenzie'

A graceful, very vigorous and floriferous climber with bright green leaves persisting well into November. During summer and autumn the plant is covered with a mass of campanulate, open, bright yellow with purple filaments, flowers, followed in autumn by silky seed heads. A hardy plant with low requirements. Prefers sunny spots. Excellent for cultivating on fences, walls, pergolas, arbors, walls and big trees. It's particularly useful as a screening plant, ...

Selected by W. G. MacKenzie, United Kingdom. Named in 1968.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Aureolin' dark yellow 2-3 m Small VI-IX - S E W 3-2 (rather hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Aureolin'

Golden Clematis 'Aureolin'

A delightful, easily grown climber with a moderate growth rate. Large, nodding, rich yellow, lantern-like flowers are borne on long, downy stalks during summer, the later ones intermingled with decorative silky seed heads. At the end of September the plant retreats into winter dormancy and the leaves wither. A hardy plant with low requirements – tolerates draught. Excellent for low walls, fences and wire meshes. May be used as ground ...

Raised by Proefstation vor de Boomwekerij, Boskoop, Netherlands 1979.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Helios' bright yellow 3 m Small VI-VIII - S E W 3-2 (rather hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Helios'

Clematis 'Helios'

A beautiful, strong-growing cultivar, very free-flowering over an incredibly long period. Nodding at first, and then opening completely flat, bright yellow flowers have decorative, outer reflexed tepals. Blooms in June-August, flowers later on followed by decorative silky seed heads. Excellent for fences and tall supports. Makes good ground cover. Best grown in a sunny position. It can freeze during harsh winters.

Raised by Proefstation vor de Boomwekerij, Boskoop, Netherlands 1988.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Duchess of Albany' pink, tulip-shaped 2-3 m Small VII-X - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 5 - 9
Clematis 'Duchess of Albany'

Clematis 'Duchess of Albany'

A moderately fast growing, semi-herbaceous climber. Attractive, nodding, bright pink flowers, shading to lilac-pink at margins, are similar in shape to lily-flowered tulips. During autumn and winter the plant is adorned with silky seed heads. Suitable for growing over fences, pergolas, arbors and walls or scrambling through low growing plants. Best grown in a sunny, warm and sheltered position.

Raised by A. G. Jackman, United Kingdom. Introduced in 1894.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Gravetye Beauty' crimson, tulip-shaped 2-3 m Medium VII-VIII - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 5 - 9
Clematis 'Gravetye Beauty'

Clematis 'Gravetye Beauty'

Unusual flowers, shaped like lily-flowered tulips. Rich crimson tepals are later spreading. The beautiful flowers open much wider than other texensis types. During autumn and winter the plant is adorned with decorative seed heads. It clings to a support by means of curling petioles. Suitable for growing over arbors, pergolas, various supports (e.g. trellises and poles) and fences. It can clamber over natural supports such as small trees and shrubs. ...

Raised by F. Morel, France.Introduced in 1914.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis ×triternata 'Rubromarginata' violet-pink, fragrant 3-5 m Small VII-VIII - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 5 - 9
Clematis ×triternata 'Rubromarginata'

Clematis triternata 'Rubromarginata'

Fragrant, small, pale violet-pink flowers, margined with reddish violet, are borne in masses during July-August. A strong-growing cultivar excellent for growing over fences, pergolas, arbors and walls. Thrives best and flowers profusely in a sunny, warm and sheltered position. On account of its delicious scent, an ideal climber for planting near windows, park benches and other popular places of social gatherings, through other climbers or shrubs.

Raised by T. Cripps, United Kingdom 1862.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Purpurea Plena Elegans' double deep purple-red 3-4 m Small VII-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Purpurea Plena Elegans'

Clematis 'Purpurea Plena Elegans'

A charming, moderately fast growing cultivar. In summer the plant covers with a mass of double, deep purple-red flowers. Thrives best in full sun. Ideal for growing over fences, pergolas, arbors, walls and small trees. Particularly useful for covering tall fences and unsightly buildings, or as ground cover.

Raised by Francisque Morel, France 1899.

 

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