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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

P Listings

Cl. tex. 'Pagoda'  
0.ctpago
3m
zone 4-9
($D)
(C. viticella X C. tex. 'Etoile Rose')(John Treasure,1970s)
Vigorous semi-herbaceous, flowers outside creamy pink-mauve pagoda shaped 4cm, inside creamy pink veined throughout, anthers green-cream. (xC) Suitable cut flower.

Cl. 'Pale Princess'  
0.ccpapr
2.5m
zone 4-9
($E)
(sport of 'Evijohill)( Japan)
Occ. avail
Large double flowers, lilac-pink with a deeper pink bar. Free-flowering in a sunny position.

Cl. PARISIENNE 'Evipo019'
0.cepari
2m
zone 4-9
($C)
Large, single, mauve flowers with purple-red anthers. ®'Boulevard' collection.

Cl. 'Patricia Ann Fretwell' 'Parfar' (N)  
0.ccpaan
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Barry Fretwell, 1999)
Short supply
Large, double flowers in spring, followed by single flowers later. The outer tepals are reddish pink, fading to pale pink at the edges. The inner tepals are palest pink with a narrow, deep pink stripe. The anthers are creamy-white. Spring and autumn flowering. (xB) This variety doesn't produce double flowers freely in a warmer climate, like zone 9. Long flowering season!

Cl. 'Percy Lake'
0.ccpela
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(unknown)(Walter Pennell, r1954, named 1961 after secretary)
Occ. available
Medium to large flowers, china-blue with a pinkish tinge. Tepals x7-8. Anthers light yellow. (xB/C) Spring and autumn.
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Cl. 'Percy Picton'
0.ccpepi
If you grow or know anyone growing this variety in NZ, please let us know.

Cl. 'Perle d'Azur'  
0.ccpeaz
3.5-4m
zone 3-9
($B)
(C. lanuginosa coerulaea X 'Modesta')(F. Morel, 1885)
Occ. available
Flowers semi-nodding lobelia-blue with a pearly sheen, partly translucent 10cm, tepals x4, anthers pale yellow. Early summer to early autumn. (xC) Very free flowering, great with roses.

Cl. 'Perrins Pride'
0.ccpepr
3m
zone 3-9
($B)
(Steffen Clematis Nursery, USA)(Treasure, 1980s)
Flowers bronze-purple well rounded 10-15cm, tepals x5-6, anthers violet-purple. Long season midsummer through to autumn. (xC) Light background to show flowers to best effect.

Cl. 'Phyllis Diller'  
0.ccphdi
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(chance seedling)(P.K.Sorensen, NZ)
Flowers in spring first very feathery (like the hairdress of P.D.). Later, the flowers are double, pink and white, tepals x30+. Best when hard pruned. Protected under PVR.

Cl. PICARDY 'Evipo024'
0.cepica
2m
zone 4-9
($C)
Large, single, purple-red flowers with a red bar. Reddish brown anthers. ®'Boulevard' collection released in 2002.
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Cl. mont. 'Picton's Variety'
0.cmpiva
4.5m
zone 4-9
($A)
(Percy Picton, 1950s)
Short supply
Flowers deep mauve pink 5cm, bronze foliage. Spring and early flowers have tepals x4. Late flower sometimes has tepals x6. (xA). Spring-early summer.

Cl. 'Pink Champagne'  
0.ccpich
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
syn. 'Kakio'
(Odzava, 1980 Japan)(Star of India x Crimson King)
Flowers purplish pink darkest at margins 15cm tepals x6-8, anthers pale yellow. Container! Attractive seed heads (xB) Spring and autumn. Scented!

Cl. 'Pink Fantasy'  
0.ccpifa
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Canada, Fisk, 1975)
Flowers near true pink with peachy pink highlight 10cm, tepals x6, and dusky red anthers. Cut flower. Container! (xC) Midsummer to early autumn. Neat flower arrangement.

Cl. 'Pink Flamingo'
0.cspifl
3m
zone 5-8
($D)
Raised by Miss E Jones of Brecon and introduced by Raymon Evison.
Nodding, semi-double pale pink double flowers veined with deeper pink and deeper pink flush towards the base. Spring and late summer.

Cl. mont. 'Pink Perfection'
0.cmpipe
9m
zone 7-9
($A)
(selected form of montana v. rubens)
Short supply
A good vanilla-scented cultivar with rounded cup-shaped pink flowers 6cm across. Strong growing plant 8-10 metres. "Pruning after flowering".

Cl. PISTACHIO florida 'Evirida'
0.cepist
2m
zone 4-9
($E)
(florida seedling)(R. Evison, 1999)
Medium to large, single creamy white flowers with pinkish-grey anthers and a green centre. ®'Garland' collection. (xC) Flower comes out light green during cool periods. Protected under PVR.
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Cl. florida 'Plena'    
0.csflpl
2-3m
zone 6-9
($E)
(P. von Siebold, 1835)
Flowers fully double, creamy-white to greenish white, 10cm across. Best grown as companion to a conifer or a ceanothus. (xC). Summer-autumn. Cut flower!

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

Cl. vit. 'Polish Spirit'  
0.cvposp
4m
zone 3-9
($C)
(Franczak, 1989)
Flowers rich purple-blue 7cm, tepals x4-5, anthers blackish red. Extremely vigorous! Dec-March. Suitable cut flower. (xC) Award of Garden Merit! This plant flowers in masses for a very long season. It even keep its lower leaves, so stays green all the way down. Outstanding performance!!

Cl. 'Praecox'  
0.ccprae
2m
zone 3-9
($B)
(syn.x jouiniana 'Praecox')
(tubolosa x 'Jouiniana')(Whitehead, 1959)
Soft grey-blue panicles on rambling non-climbing plant with dense leaf coverage making it perfect ground coverage. Yellow autumn tints. (xB-C) Award of Garden Merit.

Cl. vit. 'Prince Charles'  
0.cvprch
2.5-3m
zone 3-9
($C)
syn.'Modesta' ?(Modeste-Guérin, 1866)
?(viticella x lanuginosa)
Short supply
Flowers mauve-blue 7-10cm profusely borne, tepals x4-6, anthers yellowish green. Midsummer to early autumn. Cut flower! Container! (xC).
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Cl. tex. 'Princess Diana'  
0.ctprdi
2.5-3m
zone 4-9
($D)
('Bees Jubilee' x texensis)(Fretwell, 1984)
Miniature lily-tulip flowers in a luminous pink with a deep vibrant pink central bar, outside pale whitish pink. Tepals x4. Anthers yellow. Summer-autumn. (xC) Best seen clambering over low shrub or so. Also known as "The Princess of Wales" but had to be renamed. Botanic rules!!

Cl. 'Prinsesse Alexandra'
0.ccpral
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Bees Jubilee' x unknown)(F. Hansen, 1991 DK)
Double soft pink flowers with darker bar, yellow stamens 12cm. Flowers double or semi-double in spring followed by single. Spring and autumn. (xB)

Cl. 'Proteus'    
0.ccprot
2m
zone 4-9
($B)
(viticella 'Grandiflora' x 'Fortunei')(Noble, 1876)
Short supply
Flowers supposedly fully double in first crop, rosy-lilac, second crop single, stamens cream. Moderate vigour. (xB) We had the first double in early autumn 1999! Generally single flowered with us. Long flowering season!

Cl. vit. 'Pulchella'
Not in NZ, as far as I know.
This seems to be the correct name for Mary Rose (Fretwell) and is what Evison call 'Purpurea Plena'. This plant has got many more synonyms! (= C. peregrina purpurea flore pleno, C.Bauhinius,1623) and the International Clematis registrar wants it called 'Flore Pleno'. The closest available is 'Purpurea Plena Elegans'.

Cl. 'Purity'
0.cspanp
4m
zone 7-9
($E)
(paniculata x fosterii)
Short supply
Cross of two of our native clematis. Flowers are large white with yellow anthers. This clematis is hardier than the paniculata. (xA) Protected under PVR.

Cl. vit. 'Purpurea Plena Elegans'    
0.cvpupl
3-4m
zone 3-9
($C)
(Morel, 1899-1900)
Strong grower with flowers 6cm across, packed with tepals in a dense rosette. Soft "old rose" purple. Looks great as a companion plant (xC). Looking great with Cl. 'Huldine'. Cute cut flower!
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