Chosen by our staff because of it’s free flowering habit. The outer petals are lavender and the central bar is darker reddish purple. The flowers are very pretty shaped with pointed tips
Pruning Techniques This group of clematis produce their flowers directly from old stems and, therefore, pruning must not be done until right after all flowering has been completed. Prune this group by removing all dead and weak stems immediately after flowering. Large established plants over 15 feet are normally not pruned, especially if they are […]
COMING SOON! This compact, free flowering clematis produces 4” flowers that are lavender-blue with ruffly edges. Its full red/grey anthers are contrasting and eye-catching. A repeat flowering clematis that blooms early to late summer and again in the fall.
Coming Soon! A light pink clematis with a deep pink central bar. Each flower has six to seven pointed petals with light brown contrasting anthers. It flowers abundantly from June-September. Very good repeat flowering plant. Grows to 5’. Pruning type 3.
Coming Soon! A compact clematis, with masses of purple flowers that have a maroon bar on each petal and pretty burgundy tipped anthers. Grows 3-5’ and blooms June-September.
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COMING SOON! Very free flowering clematis with stunning dark red flowers and dark red anthers. Flowers are 5″ in size. Grows to 3-5′. Blooms June-August & September.
Compact and free flowering clematis. Each flower has 6-10 sepals, giving it a semi double appearance. Flowers are purple with a darker reddish purple central bar. Blooms June-August.
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A marvelous clematis with white and blush flowers. Free flowering compact clematis ideal for growing in a container. Grows well in a partial shady area such as a north facing location. Blooms May-June and August-September.
Produces an abundance of pink flowers, 3-4″ across with wavy-edged petals and attractive grey/red anthers. This compact plant grows to 4′ and blooms June through September. Very free flowering.
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