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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

E Listings

Cl. 'Edith'
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If you grow or know anyone growing this variety in NZ, please let us know.

Cl. 'Edo Murasaki'  
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3m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Asagasumi' x 'The President')(Seijozo Arai, Japan, 1952)
Short supply
Deep purple flowers 12-16cm, tepals ovate, overlapping x6-8, anthers rich red. (xB) Spring and autumn flowering. The name 'Edomurasaki' means 'Old Edo Purple', Edo being the old name for Tokyo. The colour refers to the deep reddish-purple which was favoured as the high society colour during the Edo era (16th Century - 1868).

Cl. 'Edouard Desfosse'  
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2m
zone 4-9
($B)
(patens X lanuginosa)(Defossé, c.1880)
Flowers pale blue with darker bar and red anthers,tepals x8, 12-15cm dia. Compact growing, makes it ideal for container. (xB) Spring-autumn. Attractive seed heads!

Cl. 'Ekstra'  
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2m
zone 3-9
($B)
(seed of 'Serebrianni Rucjezhok', Uno Kivistik, 1982)
Large lavender-blue flowers. The centres of the tepals fade to paler blue with deeper blue veining. Contrasting centre of white filaments with purple anthers. (xC) 'Ekstra' translates as 'special' in Estonian and Swedish. Parent's name means "The silver glittering stream".
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Cl. mont. 'Elizabeth'
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9m
zone 7-9
($A)
(Jackman, 1958)
Short supply
Large light pinkish flowers, vanilla scented. Exceptionally vigorous, up to 10m. Light prune after flowering. Nice fall colour. (xA)

Cl. 'Elsa Späth'  
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2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Späth, Berlin, 1891)
"Best Choice"
Moderate vigour. Flowers rich lavender purple, tepals x6-8, broad and overlapping. Anthers reddish purple. (xB) Late spring to early autumn. Cut flower! Very long season and nice.

Cl. EMPRESS 'Evipo 011'
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2m
zone 4-9
($C)
Large, double, light pink flowers in both early and late flowerings. The outer tepals have a darker pink bar. ®'Regal' collection.

Cl. 'Empress of India'  
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3m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Fairy Queen' X 'Ville de Lyon')(Jackman, J. RHS, 1914-15)
Short supply
Flowers 15-18cm across fully rounded, tepals x6, light purple-violet (plum purple) with darker bar, anthers pale brown. Cut flower! (xB) Summer-autumn.
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Cl. 'Ernest Markham'  
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4m
zone 3-9
($B)
(Probably a Morel seedling given to E. Markham)(passed on to Jackman, 1937)
Flowers magenta 10-15 cm.dia. broad tepals x6-8 ,overlapping and crimpled margins, anthers light brown. Early summer to mid autumn. (xB) or (xC) Award of Garden Merit. Mixing sweetly with 'Huldine'

Cl. 'Etoile de Paris'
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3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(M Christen, c.1885)
Large violet blue flowers with deeper bar. Short pointed tepals create a distinctive appearance. This free-flowering cultivar is one of the best for growing in a container. Spring and autumn flowering. (xB)

Cl. tex. 'Etoile Rose'  
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3m
zone 4-9
($D)
(globulosa X viticella var.)(Lemoine, 1903)
(rarely available)
Vigorous semi-herbaceous, flowers cerise pink w. silver margins, open bell shaped, cherry purple centre. 5cm dia. Midsummer-autumn (xC) Suitable cut flower.

Cl. vit. 'Etoile Violette'  
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3.5m
zone 3-9
($C)
(Morel, 1885)
Flowers deep purple, anthers cream. One of the most free-flowering hybrids, so abundantly prod. It’s almost obscuring the foliage. (xC) Summer-autumn. Tepals x6, making a nice rounded appearance; 10cm. If you have more than 3 Clematis in your garden, this one should be one of them.
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