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CLEMATIS

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

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Cl. 'Gekkyuden' (Moon Palace)  
0.ccgekk
2m
zone 3-9
($B)
(? seedling/sport of Wada's Primrose)
Occ.avail
Flowers pale greenish-yellow 12-16cm, tepals x8-10; cone-like, folded at first for later to open to a convex shape, overlapping. (xB) Spring-summer. Suitable for container.

Cl. "General Sikorski"  
0.ccgesi
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(syn. 'Jadwiga Teresa')
(W. Noll, 1980)(breeder Brother Stefan Franczak, 1965)
Free flowering 15cm across x6 broadly overlap, mid mauve to deep blue tepals with yellow anthers. Suitable cut flower. Midsummer to early autumn. Outstanding! (xB)

Raised by Brother Stefan Franczak of Poland in 1965 and named after his assistant gardener (Jadwiga Teresa). The cultivar was renamed by Wladyslaw Noll of Poland and introduced into the UK by Jim Fisk in 1980. The flower has received the RHS's AGM. The International Clematis Registrar has said that technically the cultivar should be known by its original name. However, "General Sikorski" is so widespread and so well known that "General Sikorski" will continue to be used.

Cl. 'Gillian Blades'  
0.ccgibl
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Fisk, 1975)(Secretary at J. Fisk's Nursery)
Free flowering 15cm across , tepals x6-8, white anthers creamy white. Attractive seed heads. Suitable cut and container. (xB) Spring-late summer.

Cl. 'Gipsy Queen'  
0.ccgiqu
3m
zone 3-9
($B)
(patens X 'Jackmani')(Cripps, 1871, Jackman, 1877)
Short supply
Velvety violet purple fading to violet 15cm dia. Anthers reddish purple. Vigorous. Nov-Mar. Very showy. Award of Garden Merit. (xC)

Cl. 'Gladys Picard'  
0.ccglpi
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(J. Fisk, 1975)(after a secretary of his)
Occ. avail
Large flowers 15-20cm, mallow-rosy, ovate tepals x8, which are overlapping, anthers yellow. Spring and autumn flowering. (xB)
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Cl. mont. 'Grandiflora'  
0.cmgran
6-8m
zone 7-9
($A)
Pure white flowers, quite large 8cm, tepals x4, and yellow anthers on a strong growing vine, nicely scented. (xA)

Cl. tex. 'Gravetye Beauty'    
0.ctgrbe
3m
zone 4-9
($D)
(texensis X large flowering hyb.)(Morel, 1900-05)
Vigorous semi-herbaceous, flowers luminous cherry red, open bell-shaped, cream stamens. 5cm tepals x4-6. The reddest you can have in Clematis. (xC) Suitable cut flower. Grow over lower shrubs!

Cl. grewiaeflora
0.csgrew
($E)

Cl. 'Guernsey Cream'  
0.ccgucr
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Evison, 1989)
Flowers creamy yellow, 12-15cm across, tepals x6-8 overlapping. Very free flowering in spring. Late spring-late summer. (xB and C) Suitable cut flower and for container.

Cl. 'GUIDING PROMISE' ('Evipo053')
0.cegupr
1.5m
zone 4-9
($C)
Small to medium, mauve-purple flowers with purple anthers. Late Spring to mid Autumn. (xC) Flower 7cm twisted tepals Evison/Poulsen ® 'Boulevard' collection.

Cl. 'Guiding Star'
0.ccgust
2m
zone 4-9
($B)
description not for true 'Guiding Star', but for the plant we sell.
(Cripps, 1875)
Short supply
Flowers rich deep bluish-purple 10-12 cm across, pointed tepals x6-8, anthers reddish brown. Spring to early autumn. (xB) May be 'Duke of Edinburgh' or Lilacina Floribunda.
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