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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

J Listings

Cl. 'Jackmani Alba'    
0.ccjaal
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Jackmani' x 'Fortunei')(Charles Noble, <1877)
Spring flowers semi-double 15cm. bluish-mauve later with single creamy bluish-white flowers, anthers light brown. This has the vigour of 'Jackmani', but it is remotely a "white jackmani". Spring and autumn flowering. (xB) Strong grower!

Cl. 'Jackmani Rubra'  
0.ccjaru
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Houry, France, early 1900)
Short supply
Spring flowers semi-double 12cm with crimson, slightly purple (Doge Purple) tepals, later with single of a clear crimson colour, anthers contrasting yellow. Strong growing and free flowering when established. Spring and autumn flowering. (xB)

Cl. 'Jackmani Superba'
0.ccjasu
3m
zone 3-9
($B)
(Cripps, 1880)
Short supply
Flowers deep purple with reddish tinge, tepals x5-6. This is one of the best late purple clematis, anthers greenish beige. (xC) Summer and autumn flowering.

Cl. 'James Mason'  
0.ccjama
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Marie Boisselot' x 'Lincoln Star')(Barry Fretwell, 1984)
Large white flowers with dark maroon anthers. Tepals have attractive wavy edges. (Named after the late actor whom had a passion for white flowers). (xB)

Cl. 'Jan Pawel II'  
0.ccjapa
3.5m
zone 3-9
($B)
(syn. John Paul II)
(Franczak, 1980) (Named after Pope John Paul II)
Flowers pale whitish pink 12cm across, tepals x6 overlapping with a satin sheen, anthers dark red. Midsummer to early autumn. (xB-C) Vigorous.
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Cl. armandii 'Jefferies'
The true Cl. armandii 'Jefferies' has never been available in NZ. The one sold here is in fact not an armandii, but Cl. finetiana.

Cl. mont. 'Jenny'  
0.cmjenn
3m
zone 7-9
($A)
(selected Marjorie seedling)(Alister Keay,1990s)
An exceptional montana, fully double cream, sometimes with pink/opal tinged flowers. Vigorous, easy grown. October-November. (xA). This is unconditionally the best montana available: compact, small grower (3x3m), more than twice the flowering season than the rest and it is a double! And what’s more; it’s bred in New Zealand!

Cl. 'Joan Wilcox'
0.ccjowi
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(?, J. Fisk, 1974)
Occ.avail
Large pale mauve-pink flowers with grooved tepals x8 and crimped margins. Spring and autumn flowering. (xB)

Cl. 'John Huxtable'  
0.ccjohu
3m
zone 3-9
($B)
(Comtesse de Bouchaud seedling)(Huxtable, Jackman, 1968)
Short supply
Flowers creamy-white 10-12cm, tepals x4-6, nicely pointed and crimpled edges, anthers pale yellow. Midsummer-early autumn (xC) Best in a hot climate, like the east coast.

Cl. 'John Warren'  
0.ccjowa
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Pennell, 1968)
Flowers large up to 23cm with very pointed overlapping tepals x6-8, very light pale rosy with deep carmine veins and edges, anthers reddish-purple. (xB) Keep these extremely large flowering out of wind.

Cl. JOSEPHINE' TM 'Evijohill' (N)    
0.cejose
2.5m
zone 4-9
($C)
(unknown)(Raymond Evison,1998)
Large double flowers, lilac-pink with a deeper pink bar. Free-flowering in a sunny position. Originally bought by Mrs. Josephine Hill as an unnamed plant in 1980. (Protected under PVR). ®‘Regal’ collection.
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