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Clematis ‘Emilia Plater’

Clematis 'Emilia Plater' from the Viticella Group was awarded the "Certificate of Merit 2002" by the British Clematis Society. 'Emilia Plater' was the only clematis to receive this award in 2002.

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Clematis florida and its cultivars

The exquisite form and striking beauty of the unusual flowers of Clematis florida and its cultivars have a captivating charm that leaves no one untouched. Yet, the plants are rarely encountered in gardens as they can be quite capricious and not easy to grow.

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Solitary clematis and the whole Clematis Integrifolia Group

I would like to recommend to all solitary clematis, along with many cultivars and hybrids selected from it. Though still little known, they are very valuable and attractive on the basis of their long and profuse flowering, healthiness, hardiness and easy culture. 

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Clematis ‘Praecox’ from the Heracleifolia Group

Owing to its non-clinging habit this remarkable clematis makes an excellent subject for ground cover. I would like to encourage everyone to learn about its requirements, history and closest relatives. 

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Clematis from the Texensis Group

I have yet to meet a garden lover who would not succumb to a bewitching charm of Clematis texensis and its hybrids. Even though I have been growing them for years I still rediscover their beauty again and again. 

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Clematis from the Viticella Group

After years of fascination with large-flowered Clematis, recently the small-flowered varieties from the Viticella Group, originating from native to Southern Europe Clematis viticella (Italian Clematis), have finally come up in the world.

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Brother Stefan Franczak and his clematis

A Jesuit priest from Warsaw, Brother Stefan Franczak, though a world-renowned clematis breeder, is a man of great modesty and diligence. He first became interested in clematis growing back in the 60's.

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What do the names of the Polish Clematis cultivars mean?

Clematis enthusiasts may be interested in the origin of the names of Polish cultivars, many of these related to the important events in the Polish history and to the famous Poles.

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Clematis for beginners list

The following list has been created by the members of the International Clematis Society from all over the world as a result of the three-year debate.

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Growing clematis in hot climates

Many clematis can be grown successfully in hot climates. There are also some clematis that would rather be grown in cooler environments. As an amateur gardener I will share what I have learned over the past decade.

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