Search ResultsMACROPETALA, MARKHAMS PINK
Pink version of the above blue variety. Blooms April and May. Pruning type 1.
Free flowering semi-double small light blue flowers. Blooms April and May. Beautiful! Pruning type 1.
HERACLEIFOLIA, MRS. ROBERT BRYDON
Bluish-white 1″ flowers in large cluster. Extremely vigorous and very free flowering. Suitable cut flower and we have found to be one of the hardiest. Pruning type 3.
2″ creamy flowers covered with pink/red blotches, and slightly scented. This variety is an evergreen variety, hardy only in the south or conservatory/greenhouse. Pruning type 1.
The round semi-nodding flowers are 2-3″ in size. Flowers are rosy purple flushed with red and cream anthers. Non-clinging and free flowering. Blooms June-September. Pruning type 3.
Delightful pink flower with contrasting yellow anthers. As clematis Abilene’s flowers mature and fade, a central deep pink stripe becomes more prominent. Abilene can be grown as a patio pot as it grows to a height of 4 feet. Can also be grown in partial shade! Blooms June and August. Pruning type 2 or 3.
This herbaceous, non-clinging clematis has bell-like flowers which are 1.5″ in size. Flowers vary from light blue to deep blue. Blooms July-September. Pruning type 3.
A very vigorous and free flowering clematis. The 1.5″ flowers are white and somewhat fragrant. Blooms July-September. Pruning type 3.
ALPINA PINK FLAMINGO
The 1.5″ semi-double flowers are pale pink with red veins. Blooms May-July. Pruning type 1.
Masses of pink-purple bell shaped blooms nodding above foliage. Zone 5. Blooms June and July. Pruning type 1.
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