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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 'Bałtyk' violet-purple 3 m Big V-VI, VIII-IX N S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Bałtyk'

Clematis 'Bałtyk'

An early-flowering Polish cultivar with a moderate growth rate. Rounded, violet-purple flowers with crimson anthers are borne from May to June. Excellent for fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and poles.

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 'Barbara' intense pink 2-3 m Big VI-IX N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Barbara'

Clematis 'Barbara'

A lovely large flowered variety from Poland. Alluring vivid purplish pink flowers with lighter spots, fading to purplish red in autumn with a deep purplish-red bar. Deep purple anthers. Free-flowering for a long period, from late May to mid July and again from late August to September. It grows up to 3 m. Tolerates any aspect. Suitable for growing over fences, trellises, arbors and various garden supports as well as ...

Raised by Szczepan Marczyński, Poland. Introduced in 2001.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Barbara Dibley' petunia red with a carmine stripe 2-3 m Very big V-VI, VIII-IX N - E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Barbara Dibley'

Clematis 'Barbara Dibley'

A charming cultivar with a moderate growth rate. Exceptionally large bicolor flowers have petunia red or purple violet sepals with a carmine central stripe and wavy edges. Purple red stamens. Only light pruning is required. In full sun flowers fade and it ceases 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 G. R. Jackman, United Kingdom. Introduced in 1949.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Beata' blue-violet with pink bar 2 - 3 m Big VI-VII, VIII N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Beata'

Clematis 'Beata'

A Polish variety raised by Stefan Franczak. Flowers of 16-18 cm in diameter, single (6 sepals) or semi-full, with elliptical pointed sepals overlapping up to 1/3 length. The sepals’ edges are slightly wavy and up-turned, creating a pretty frill on opening flowers. Sepals are blue-violet-pink with a bright pink bar in the Middle. Stamens consist of yellow anthers on white-cream filaments. Flowers most profusely in June and at the beginning ...

Raised by Stefan Franczak, Poland. Introduced in 1980.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Beautiful Bride' PBR white 2-3 m Very big V-VII, VIII - - E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Beautiful Bride' PBR

Clematis 'Beautiful Bride' PBR

It has very large white flowers (up to 28 cm in diameter!), which cover the plant from the very bottom. The sepals are pointed and slightly wavy at the edges. It blooms abundantly from May to July. The blooming is repeated in the summer, yet it is not as profuse then. It grows up to 2-3 m high. Exposure to wind, full sun and heat should be avoided. This plant ...

Raised by Szczepan Marczyński, Poland. Introduced in 2011.

 

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

Clematis 'Beauty of Worcester'

A lovely cultivar with a moderate growth rate. In May-June blossoms on previous year’s wood bearing double or semi double flowers. During August and September single flowers are produced on new growth. Intense blue-violet sepals with a white bar on the reverse; creamy yellow stamens. Thrives best in full sun. Excellent for trellises, poles and other garden supports. It can also be grown over natural supports such as coniferous or ...

Raised by Messrs Richard Smith & Co., United Kingdom. Introduced in 1890.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Belle of Woking' pale mauve, double, single in summer 2-3 m Big V-VIII - S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Belle of Woking'

Clematis 'Belle of Woking'

A good variety with pale mauve, double flowers borne on previous year’s wood from late May to July. During summer single flowers are borne on new growth. Grows and flowers best in sunny positions.

Raised by George Jackman & Son, United Kingdom.Introduced in 1881.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Benikomachi' pink 1,5 m Medium V-VI N S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Benikomachi'

Clematis 'Benikomachi'

A free-flowering Japanese cultivar. Flowers around 10 cm in diameter consist of 6-8 elliptic, bright pink sepals with deep pink or red bar along the middle. Purple anthers are set on creamy-coloured filaments. Free-flowering from the end of May till June. Flowers cover the plant tightly, nearly from the very bottom to the top. Light green leaves usually consist of three pointed elliptic leaflets. Reaches 1.5 m. Climbs by means ...

Raised by Hiroshi Hayakawa, Japan 1994.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Betty Corning' lilac-rose, nodding, slightly fragrant 3-4 m Medium VI-IX N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Betty Corning'

Clematis 'Betty Corning'

A charming, moderately fast growing cultivar. During June-September it covers with a mass of pale, lilac-rose, nodding flowers. Spreading tepals, edged in darker blue-purple. A healthy climber, it has low soil requirements. Free-flowering and sweetly scented variety, excellent for growing over fences, walls, trellises and poles. It can clamber over natural supports e.g. deciduous and coniferous bushes and dwarf shrubs. Suitable for cultivation in large containers. recommended to both amateurs ...

Selected by Betty Corning, United States

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Bieszczady' EARTHQUAKE rose with a paler bar 2-3 m Big VI-IX N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Bieszczady' EARTHQUAKE

Clematis 'Bieszczady' EARTHQUAKE

Pink flowers 14-20 cm in diameter are composed of 6-8 petals with an almost white central bar. Claret anthers on pink filaments. Blooms from the end of June to September. Achieves a height of 2-3 m. It clings to supports with twining leaf petioles. Useful for growing over fences, arbours, trellises, stakes and other supports.

AWARDS: honorable mention at Zieleń to Życie 2007 (Poland). More about awards...

Raised by Szczepan Marczyński, Poland. Introduced in 2006.

 

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 'Blue Explosion' PBR blue flowers with pink pigmentation on the top of the sepals 2,5-3 m Big V-VI, VII - S - W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Blue Explosion' PBR

Clematis 'Blue Explosion' PBR

A Polish variety developed by Szczepan Marczyński, offered for sale in 2011. It produces abundant blossom of blue flowers with pink pigmentation on the top of the sepals, 12-14 cm in diameter, semi-full on the previous year shoots in May-June and single on new shoots from July to mid-September. It grows up to 2.5 – 3 m high. Sunny stand recommended. This plant can be grown on freestanding or wall-mounted ...

Raised by Szczepan Marczyński, Poland. Introduced in 2011.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Blue Light'PBR blue, always double 2 m Medium V-VI i VIII-X - S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Blue Light'PBR

Clematis 'Blue Light'PBR

An exceptionally attractive compact cultivar with pale blue flowers. One of the very few varieties to carry double flowers on new growth later in the season. It clings to a support using twining leaf petioles. Suitable for growing over arbors, trellises, stakes and other garden supports. It can also climb over natural supports such as coniferous or deciduous bushes, and makes a stunning display when planted against yellow leafed or ...

Selected by F. van Haastert, Netherlands. Introduced in 1998.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Blue Pillar' pale blue 2 m Medium VI-VII N - E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Blue Pillar'

Clematis 'Blue Pillar'

Compact cultivar, with flowers 10-12 cm in diameter consisting of six elliptic, bright blue sepals with a lighter bar along the middle and slightly wavy edges; anthers are purple on white filaments and pistils are yellow. Flowers cover the plant tightly from top to bottom. Free-flowering from June till July. Dark green, glossy leaves usually consist of three pointed elliptic leaflets. Reaches 2 m height. Climbs by means of leaf ...

Raised by Szczepan Marczyński, Poland 2013.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Blue Sensation' violet-blue 1-1,5 m Medium VI-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Blue Sensation'

Clematis 'Blue Sensation'

A perennial cultivar of violet-blue flowers opening from June to October. Recommended for  perennial borders or for planting among lower shrubs.

Raised by Gerard S. Kuijf, Netherlands.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Bluish Violet' violet 1 m Small VI-IX N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Bluish Violet'

Clematis 'Bluish Violet'

A slender-stemmed, scrambling herbaceous perennial. Stems don’t twine round supports, but they can lean against them. Bell-shaped, violet-blue nodding flowers, borne from June to September, followed by silky seed heads. Best planted on perennial borders or among shrubs. Makes good ground cover.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Błękitny Anioł' BLUE ANGEL pale blue 3-4 m Medium VI-VIII N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Błękitny Anioł' BLUE ANGEL

Clematis 'Błękitny Anioł' BLUE ANGEL

A healthy Polish cultivar, moderately fast growing and free-flowering. Pale blue flowers with wavy edges and yellow-green stamens, borne from June to August. Ideal for growing over fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and poles. It can be grown into natural supports such as small trees or over large bushy, deciduous or coniferous shrubs. Particularly useful for cultivating in large containers on terraces and balconies.
Awards: golden medal Plantarium'1992; Award ...

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 'Carmencita' carmine red 2,5-3 m Medium VII-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Carmencita'

Clematis 'Carmencita'

A healthy free-flowering cultivar with lovely carmine-red textured flowers. Broad rhomboidal tepals are edged in deeper red and are paler pink-red at the base. Reddish purple anthers on greenish filaments. It grows up to 3 m. It needs a lot of light but is quite happy with moderate soil. Suitable for fences and various kinds of garden supports. It gives an attractive display when grown through shrubs or conifers enlivening ...

Raised by M. Johnson, Sweden 1952.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Carnaby' raspberry-pink with a deeper bar 2-3 m Big V-VII N - E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Carnaby'

Clematis 'Carnaby'

A moderately fast growing cultivar with bicolor flowers, free-flowering from May to July. Deep raspberry-pink tepals with a deeper bar and white edges, red anthers. It doesn’t like extremely hot, sunny areas, performs well in shade. Excellent for fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and poles. It can also be grown over natural supports such as coniferous or deciduous bushes and dwarf shrubs.

Raised in: United States

 

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