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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

 

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Cl. 'Sally Cadge'
0.ccsaca
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Nelly Moser' x 'Lasurstern')(J.Fisk, 1975)
Occ. available
Flowers mid-blue with carmine bar, 15-20cm. Tepals x6(-8), anthers carmine and golden stamens. Spring and autumn. (xB) Cut flower! Container!

Cl. 'Scartho Gem'  
0.ccscge
3.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Lincoln Star' x 'Mrs. N. Thompson')(Pennell, 1973)
Flowers bright pink with rosy carmine bar 15-18cm. Overlapping tepals x6-8. Anthers light, pinkish brown. Container! Late spring to late summer. Good strong coloured and well defined bar. (xB)(xC)

Cl. 'Sealand Gem'  
0.ccsege
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Bees of Chester',1957)
Large pale mauve-blue flowers with a reddish-mauve stripe, can be double in spring. Sister-seedlings to 'Bees Jubilee', Spring and autumn flowering. (xB)

Cl. 'Serenata'  
0.ccsere
3.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Madame Edouard André' seedling)(T. Lundell, 1960)
Short supply
Dusky purple, slightly darker bar, 15cm open flowers with contrasting golden-yellow anthers. Cut flower! (xB) Early summer-early autumn. Look best on a light background!

Cl. serratifolia
0.csserr
4m
zone 3-9
($E)
(Korea and NE China)
Rarely available
Vigorous woody climber to 4m. Flowers usually in threes, nodding open bell-shaped tepals x4, gabby pale yellow flowers. Anthers purple. Scented. (xC) Notable lemon scent! Attractive seed heads.

Cl. 'Sieboldia'  
0.ccsieb
3.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(syn. Ramona)
(lanuginosa seedling)(B. Droog, 1874)
Old but reliable cultivar which does well in warm climate. Flowers large 12-18cm hyacinth blue with violet purple anthers. Large leaf. (xB)
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Cl. florida 'Sieboldiana'  
0.csflsi
2-3m
zone 6-9
($E)
(P. von Siebold, 1835)
Short supply
Flowers 10cm. Fully double outer tepals x6, creamy white offset by a dramatic central boss of purple petaloid stamens. (xC). Summer-autumn. Cut flower!

Cl. 'Silver Moon'
0.ccsimo
2m
zone 3-9
($B)
(unknown)(Percy Picton)(intro. Jim Fisk, 1971) AGM 1993
Short supply
Large 15cm, satiny, silvery-mauve flowers with paler bar, anthers cream . Compact (xB) Patio.

Cl. 'Sir Garnet Wolseley'
0.ccsiga
3.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Jackman, 1874)
Short supply
Flowers 13cm across. tepals x7-8, obovate, velvety purple with reddish flush at first, fading to blue-mauve. Anthers reddish purple. (xB) Slightly violet-scented. "easy-grown".

Cl. tex. 'Sir Trevor Lawrence'  
0.ctsitr
3m
zone 4-9
($D)
(texensis x 'Star of India')(Jackman, 1890)
Vigorous semi-herbaceous, flowers cherry-red with purplish shades towards edges, open bell-shaped, cream filaments anthers tepals x4-6. (xC) Suitable cut flower. Grow over lower shrubs!

Cl. 'Sky Blue'  
0.ccskbl
3.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(W.E. Gladstone seedling)(F. Jury, Yaku, 1995)
Sky-blue flowers, free flowering medium size blooms. Good flowering over a long period, easy. (xB)
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Cl. mac. white "Snowbird", 'White Ghost'
0.csmwhi
($E)
Occ. available
Doesn't like the warmer parts of the country.

Cl. armandii 'Snowdrift'  
0.csarms
6m
zone 7-9
($E)
(China)(Geo. Jackman and Son ??)
Vigorous evergreen climber to 6m. Flowers white 5cm wide in dense axillary clusters. Delightful scent. Late winter-early spring. (xA)

Cl. chrysocoma 'Snowflake'
0.cmsnow
8m
zone 7-9
($A)
(Cl. chrysocoma, belongs to montana group)
Flowers pure white with yellow stamens. Vigorous climber to 8m. (Clematis chrysocoma v. serica) (xA) Wider tepals than montana. Occasional strong scent (mostly described as not having any scent, probably from copying others description).

Cl. 'Snow Queen'  
0.ccsnqe
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Alister Keay, 1958)
Large white flowers, initially tinged mauve, with wavy-edged tepals and dramatic red anthers. The autumn flowers often have a pale pink stripe. Spring and autumn flowering. (xB)

Cl. 'Souvenir du Capitaine Thuilleaux'  
0.ccsoct
2m
zone 4-9
($B)
(J. Thuilleaux, 1918)(named after his son, who was killed in WWI)
Flowers fully rounded 15cm, with creamy-pink tepals x6-8, with a deeper pink bar and crinkled edges. (xB) Spring-late summer. Has a slightly violet scent.
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Cl. stans
0.csstan
1m
zone 4-9
($E)
(Japan)(intro. C.J. Maximowicz, 1870)
Herbaceous plant with stout upright stems, trifoliate serrated leaves. Flowers pale lavender or light blue, tubular 20-30mm long in terminal panicles, tepals x4 with reflexed tips. Slightly scented. Cut flower! Attractive seed heads. (xC) Also known as Cl. heracleifolia ssp. stans.

Cl. mont. 'Starlight'
0.cmstar
4m
zone 7-9
($A)
(selected Marjorie seedling)(RC and LM Mitchell, Chch NZ)
Occ. available
Double creamy white flowers on this montana sometimes with pink/opal tinge flowers. Vigorous. Easy grown. October-November. (xA) Quite a showpiece in the nursery in spring 1998. Shows quite a variation in doubleness from year to year.

Cl. 'Star of India'  
0.ccstin
3m
zone 3-9
($B)
(lanuginosa x 'Jackmani')(Cripps, 1867)
Flowers spectrum--Victoria violet-crimson central bar 10cm, tepals x4-6 nicely shaped, anthers greenish- yellow. Midsummer to early autumn. (xC) Great with roses. One of the finest in the 'Jackmani' group.

Cl. SUGAR CANDY 'Evione'
0.cesuca
2m
zone 4-9
($C)
(?)(R. Evison, 1994)
Short supply
Large pinkish-mauve flowers with a deeper pink stripe. Yellow anthers on pinkish-grey filaments.

Cl. mont. 'Sunrise'
0.cmsunr
4m
zone 7-9
($A)
(selected seedling)(RC and LM Mitchell, Chch)
'Sunrise' is a double or semi-double pink montana type. Anthers cream. It is advertised as being "less vigorous and invasive than other montanas". Fragrant.
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Cl. 'Sunset'  
0.ccsuns
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Arthur H. Steffens, NY, USA, 1980s)
Free flowering, spring and summer 15cm, tepals x6-8 are deep plumy red with purple highlight and the anthers are a good yellow. (xB)

Cl. 'Sylvia Denny'
0.ccsyde
If you grow or know anyone growing this variety in NZ, please let us know.

Cl. vit. 'Södertälje'  
0.cvsodt
3m
zone 3-9
($C)
(seeds of viticella 'Grandiflora Sanguinea')(M.Johnson, 1952)
Short supply
Flowers semi-nodding pinkish-red 8cm dia., tepals x4-6 and light green anthers. Midsummer to early autumn. (xC) Sweet, sweet Swede!
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