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

Clematis 'Copernicus'PBR

An attractive Polish cultivar of bright blue, semi-double flowers appearing in abundance throughout summer. Recommended for cultivation in all types of domestic gardens.

Raised by Szczepan Marczyński, Poland 1999. Named in 2014, on the market from summer 2016.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Crispa Angel' pale blue 1,5 m Small VII-IX - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 5 - 9
Clematis 'Crispa Angel'

Clematis 'Crispa Angel'

Japanese cultivar of bell-shaped, nodding flowers 3.5-4 cm in diameter consisting of 4 light blue, white-toned sepals with wavy edges and pointy, curling tips. On the outside sepals have 2-3 distinct ribs. Stamens consist of yellow anthers set on white filaments. Flowers borne on this year's wood from July till September. From August till October an interesting feature are spiky seedheads. Leaves, 16 cm long and 17 cm wide consist ...

Selected by Kozo Sugimoto, Japan, before 2008.

 

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 'Danuta' pink 3,5 m Big VI-VII - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Danuta'

Clematis 'Danuta'

A Polish cultivar raised by brother Stefan Franczak at the beginning of the 90’s. Pink flowers with wavy edged tepals and creamy-green stamens are borne profusely in June and July. It climbs by means of twining leaf petioles and can reach a height up to 2,5 m. Particularly useful for growing over arbors, trellises, stakes and other garden supports, but it can also clamber over natural supports like deciduous and ...

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 'Diamond Ball' PBR white-blue 2 m Big VI-VII, VIII - S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Diamond Ball' PBR

Clematis 'Diamond Ball' PBR

Polish variety raised by Szczepan Marczyński, available for purchase from summer 2012. Flowers are 10-12 cm in diameter, of white-blue colour, full, round or semi-spherical when full-blown (30-50 sepals), both on old and new wood. Elliptical, pointed and slightly wavy sepals, pointing down. Darker on the edges and lighter in the middle and at the base. 1-5 cm length and 1-4 cm width. Stamens consist of yellow anthers on white-cream ...

Raised by Szczepan Marczyński, Poland. Introduced in the market in 2012.

 

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

Clematis 'Doctor Ruppel'

A moderately fast growing climber with bicolor flowers: deep pink with a carmine bar and pale brown stamens. Blooms in May and again in July-September. Excellent for growing over fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and wooden supports. It can clamber over natural supports e.g. deciduous and coniferous bushes and dwarf shrubs.

Raised by Dr Ruppel, Argentina. Introduced in 1975.

 

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 '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 'Elf' white-pink-mauve 1.5-2 m Small VI-XI - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Elf'

Clematis 'Elf'

An intriguing variety, covered in summer with a mass of small (4-5 cm across), bell-shaped flowers composed of four recurving tepals, white inside, and pink-mauve on the outside. White-pink anthers and black pistils. Flowers appear from June to November, but the crop is most abundant in July and August. It attaches a height of 2,5 m and climbs by twining leaf stalks. Particularly useful for growing on fences, arbours, pergolas ...

Bred by Barry Fretwell, Great Britain

 

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

Clematis 'Emilia Plater'

A healthy, free-flowering Polish cultivar from the Viticella Group. Pale blue flowers with violet shading and cream stamens. It requires plenty of sun but will grow well in a mediocre soil. Best planted close to small trees or shrubs, arbors or other supports. Suitable as ground cover.

Raised by Stefan Franczak, Poland. Introduced in 1986.

 

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 'Etoile Violette' deep-purple 3 m Medium VI-IX N S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Etoile Violette'

Clematis 'Etoile Violette'

A healthy, profusely flowering cultivar from the Viticella Group. From June to September it produces an abundance of deep-purple flowers. Settles for medium soils. Perfect for covering fences and can be grown over practically any garden support. It also makes good ground cover. The effect is most charming when it's planted against a bright background.

Raised by F. Morel, France. Introduced in 1885.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Fairydust' light pink 3-3,5 m Medium VIII-X - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Fairydust'

Clematis 'Fairydust'

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Spring Valley Greenhouse, USA

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Fay' light pink 2 m Small VI-X - S E W 3 (hard) Zones 5 - 9
Clematis 'Fay'

Clematis 'Fay'

Exceptionally free flowering, fetching cultivar of bell-shaped, nodding flowers 2-3 cm in diameter consisting of 4 light pink sepals with lighter margins and strongly curling tips. On the outside sepals are slightly ribbed and on the inside are creamy-pink with pink veins. Stamens consist of yellow anthers on white filaments. Flowers borne on this year's wood for a long period  - from mid-June till the end of October. Leaves consist ...

Raised in 2003 by Willem Straver, Germany. On the market since 2007.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'Fireworks' purple with reddish-mauve stripe 2,5-3,5 m Big V-VI, VIII-IX N S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis  'Fireworks'

Clematis 'Fireworks'

An interesting cultivar with large vivid bicolor flowers. Purple sepals with a bright reddish-mauve central bar and slightly wavy margins. White filaments with purple anthers. Excellent for arbors, trellises, poles and other garden supports. It can also be grown over natural supports such as coniferous or deciduous bushes and dwarf shrubs that don’t require hard pruning.

Raised by J. Treasure, United Kingdom 1984.

 

Latin name Flowers colour Plants height Flowers size Flowering month Aspect Pruning way Frost hardiness
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Clematis 'First Love'PBR white, double 2 m Medium VI-VII - S E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'First Love'PBR

Clematis 'First Love'PBR

A Polish cultivar of charming, white, always semi-double flowers opening from June till August. Recommended for growing in domestic gardens and in large pots in balconies and terraces.

Raised by Szczepan Marczyński, Poland 1999. Named in 2015, on the market from summer 2016.

 

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 '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 'Frau Susanne' cream-purple-pink 2,5 m Big V-VI, VIII N - E W 2 (light) Zones 4 - 9
Clematis 'Frau Susanne'

Clematis 'Frau Susanne'

A Japanese variety with star-shaped flowers, 13-17 cm across, composed of 6-8 slightly wavy cream white tepals gradually turning purple-pink towards the tip. Purple-pink veining. Yellow anthers on light green filaments.

Bred by Masako Takeuchi, Japan 1985

 

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

Clematis 'Fryderyk Chopin'

A Polish cultivar bearing interesting, gray-blue flowers with curvy edged tepals and cream stamens. Suitable for fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and poles. It can be grown over natural supports such as large bushy, deciduous or coniferous shrubs. Particularly useful for small gardens.

Raised by Stefan Franczak, Poland 1994.

 

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