Clematis

Clematis add a lovely vertical dimension to any landscape and can be easily grown fences, arbors or trellises. They also make an interesting groundcover.

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Barbara Dibley

Barbara Dibley

Soft reddish-mauve 6-8 inch blossoms in May, June & September. Holds its colour best in part shade.

CW Dowman

CW Dowman

Lavender pink with darker bar and golden stamens. 4-6 inch flowers from June till September.

Countess of Lovelace

Countess of Lovelace

Gorgeous bluish-purple double blooms in Mya & June followed by single blooms in late summer.

Edo Murasaki

Edo Murasaki

Deep violet with dark tipped white stamens. The 6-8 inch flowers bloom in May, June and quite often in September.

Bees Jubilee

Bees Jubilee

Stunning combination of mauve pink petals with a dark carmine-red bar that doesn’t fade! 6" flowers in May-June on old wood and it blooms again in September on the current seasons growth

Capitaine Thuillaux

Capitaine Thuillaux

Strawberry-pink bars on a creamy background make this clematis a must have for the garden.

Crimson Star

Crimson Star

Wine-red with chocolate tipped stamens and a beautiful yellow center.

Elsa Spaeth

Elsa Spaeth

Abundance of large flowers that range from nearly true blue to pastel blue with vibrant mauve accents. Free flowering compact growing clematis.

Blue Ribbon Bush Clematis

Blue Ribbon Bush Clematis

Produces 1¾" indigo blue flowers, up to three times larger than typical! Low growing, non-vining variety, with a strong, upright habit.

Charissima

Charissima

Large light cerise-pink petals with a dark pink center bars in May, June and September.

Dr. Rupple

Dr. Rupple

6-8” rose red blooms with a carmine bar.

Ernest Markham

Ernest Markham

One of the strongest growers featuring bright magenta-red 5-6" flowers from July to September.