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We have many varieties of Clematis, so have listed them alphabetically. If you wish to view the full list, which may take a little time to load, then please select 'All listings'. There are also defined groups, if you have a particular variety in mind.

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Hybrids Evison/Poulson hybrids Montanas
Species Texensis Viticellas

A Listings

Cl. vit. 'Abundance'     
0.cvabun
3.5m
zone 3-9
($C)
(Morel,c.1900)
Flowers wine rose with darker veins semi-nodding 5cm dia., anthers cream. Vigorous. (xC)

Cl. aethusifolia
0.csaeth
1.5m
zone 4-8
($E)
(China)
Rarely available
(shiny leaves)
Deciduous climber. Attractive parsley-like leaf finely divided. Flowers held erect on 2cm stems yellow bells. Strong cowslip scent. (xC) Seen growing alongside the Great Wall of China!

Cl. afoliata (NZ native)
0.csafol
($E)


Cl. 'Ai-nor'   
0.ccaino
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Ville de Lyon' x (lanuginosa 'Candida' or 'Jackmani Alba'))(MA Beskaravajnaja, 1972)
Flowers 10-14cm soft pink. Tepals x5-6 Neyron Rose lighter towards the centre and violet at the base and veins, anthers light yellow. (xB or C) (Name = Heroine in "Waters of Naryn" of NZ Biryukov)

Cl. akebioides
0.csakeb
4m
zone 4-9
($E)
(Veitch, 1912)
Occ. available
Yellow 3-4 cm nodding flowers. Attractive, neat finely cut blue-green foliage and fluffy platinum coloured seed head. (xC) Midsummer-autumn. Most interesting when scrambling over shrubs.
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Cl. integrifolia "Alba"   
0.csinal
($E)
Short supply
white form

Cl. vit. 'Alba Luxurians'
0.cvallu
3.5m
zone 3-9
($C)
(Veitch, c.1900)
Vigorous, tepals x4 opaque white, with green recurved tips. Pronounced eye of dark purple anthers. (xC)

Cl. 'Ali'   
0.ccali0
2.5m
zone 4-10
($B)
(Guernsey Cream cross)(P.K.Sorensen, NZ, 2002)
Short supply
Flowers open a wine red changing to campanula violet 10-15cm , tepals x7-8 overlapping forming well-rounded flowers, anthers light greenish yellow, abundant flowering. (xB) Named after a Clematis friend.

Cl. 'Alice Fisk'  
0.ccalfi
2-3m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Lasurstern' x 'Mrs Cholmondeley')(Jim Fisk UK r1964, i1967)
Occ.avail
Large to very large single wisteria blue flowers 15-20cm dia. with white filaments and brown-purple anthers. Tepals x6-8, elliptic, long-pointed, wavy margins. (xB) Container! Named after the breeder's mother.

Cl. 'Aljonushka'  
0.ccaljo
1.2m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Neshdannyj' X C.integrifolia)(Beskaravainaja and Co, 1963)
Flowers are nodding, mauve-pink 6-8cm, with a satin sheen when young, open bell shaped tepals with crumbled edges. 1-1.5m herbaceous. (xC) Midsummer-autumn. Needs to be tied to host, very sweet looking.
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Cl. 'Allanah'  
0.ccalla
2.5m
zone 3-9
($B)
(Mrs A Edwards of Christchurch, 1968)(A. Keay, c.1980)
Short supply
Flowers deep bright red, anthers being almost black, tepals x6-7, flowers 12cm dia. Early summer-early autumn. (xC) Most unusual colour and flower shape.

Cl. ANGÉLIQUE 'Evipo017'
0.ceange
2m
zone 4-9
($C)
Large, single, slightly fragrant, pale lilac-blue flowers. White filaments, yellow anthers with red connective. ®'Boulevard' collection.

Cl. 'ANNA LOUISE' ('Evithree')  
0.ceanlo
3m
zone 4-9
($C)
(?)(R. Evison, 1994)
Striking violet flowers 12-15cm, tepals x6-8 with a red-purple bar, anthers light reddish brown. Compact; ideal for a container or small garden. (xB) Spring and autumn. The Gardini TM Evison TM/Poulsen ®Collection (®'Boulevard collection)

Cl. 'Anna Maria'  
0.ccanma
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Marie Boisselot x Wadas Primrose) (P Sorensen, 2011)
Flowers overlapping creamy white 15-18cm, beautifully formed,, yellow anthers, tepals x8. Good cut flower! Spring-late summer. (xB)

Cl. mont. 'Annifrid'     
0.cmanii
6m
zone 7-10
($A)
('Freda' x chrysocoma v. serica)(P.K.Sorensen, NZ, 2003)
Flowers pearly pink 5-7cm creamy yellow anthers, tepals x4. Selected for its attractive bronze foliage, makes a good background for a summer flowering clematis (ex. 'Mme Baron Veillard'). (xA)

Cl. 'Ann-Marie'
0.ccanma
2.5
zone 4-9
($B)
Flowers 15-18cm, beautifully formed, overlapping creamy white, anthers yellow, tepals x8 Cut flower! (xB) Spring to late autumn.

Cl. vit. 'Aotearoa'  
0.ccaote
3m
zone 3-9
($B)
(chance seedling)(Alister Keay, NZ, 19??)
Flowers deep violet 12cm, tepals x4, anthers contrasting lemon yellow. Early summer to early autumn. (xC) A very fine Clematis well worth its name!
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Cl. armandii 'Apple Blossom'  
0.csarma
6m
zone 7-9
($E)
(China)(named selection)
Vigorous evergreen climber. Flowers whitish pink 5cm wide in dense axillary clusters. Delightful scent. Late winter-early spring. (xA) Strong vanilla scent.

Cl. 'Arabella'  
0.ccarab
1.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(C. integrifolia X lanuginosa-hyb.)(B.Fretwell, c.1990)
The Queen of the integrifolias!
Flowers rosy purple semi-nodding 7-8cm wide, tepals x4-6, anthers creamy-yellow. Semi-herbaceous. (xC) (I think it's smoky blue-violet.)

Cl. 'ARCTIC QUEEN' TM ('Evitwo')  
0.cearqu
3m
zone 4-9
($C)
(?)(R. Evison, 1994)
Most outstanding, double creamy white flowers 12-18cm, tepals x40-60, clear creamy-white, anthers yellow. Compact, ideal for a container or small garden. Suitable cut flower. (xB) ®'Regal' collection.

Cl. 'Asao'  
0.ccasao
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Itikin Odzava,??)
Deep pink, 15cm flowers, darker at edges. tepals x6-8, anthers yellow. Compact, ideal for a container. Attractive seed heads. Spring and autumn flowering. (xB) Can flower double on old wood.

Cl. 'Ascotiensis'  
0.ccasco
3m
zone 3-9
($B)
(John Standish, 1874)
Bright lavender-blue flowers 12-15cm, anthers greenish-chocolate, tepals x4-6. Midsummer-early autumn. Free flowering. Vigorous. Award of Garden Merit. (xC) Nice with red roses! Good in containers.

Cl. tangutica 'Aureolin'  
0.csaure
2.5m
zone 4-9
($E)
(tangutica x tangutica hyb.)(Proefstation, Boskoop, 1979)
Occ. available
Flowers yellow, bell shaped, 5cm (large) tepals x4. Attractive seed heads! Midsummer to early autumn. (xC) Self seeding, so keep under control. Award of Merit 1979. Great scrambling to shrubs.
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