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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
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Cl. 'Wada's Primrose'  
0.ccwapr
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Jap.name= Manshu-kiiro = Manchurica yellow)(intro.Jap. Mr. Hayashi, 1933)
Flowers creamy-yellow 15cm dia., tepals x8-10, anthers yellow. Late spring to early summer. (xB) Attractive seed heads! Slight primrose scent. Likes a hot climate. Autumn tints.

Cl. 'Walter Pennell'  
0.ccwape
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
('Vyvyan Pennell' x 'Daniel Deronda')(Walter Pennell, 1974)
Short supply
Free flowering, with semi-double or single rosy-purple 12-15cm flowers with slightly darker bar and contrasting creamy-yellow anthers. Eye catching. (xB) Spring and autumn.

Cl. 'Warszawska Nike'  
0.ccwani
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Nike, Greek goddess of victory)(Franczak, 1986)
Flowers velvety Royal Purple, 15-18cm dia., tepals x6, anthers pale yellow. Late spring to autumn (xB) or (xC) Best seen with light background. Still in flower on 15th of May 1999.

'Nike' is a Greek winged goddess of victory. In Warsaw, 'Warszawska Nike' is a monument to the heroes of Warsaw 1939-1945; the soldiers and civilian population who fought during the Second World War for the freedom of their home city. It is particularly dedicated to the participants of the Warsaw Uprising (1 August - 3 October 1944). The fight broke out when the Soviet army had just reached the outskirts of Warsaw and its tanks approached the opposite bank of the Vistula. Over 40,000 soldiers of the Polish underground army stood up to fight on the 1st August 1944. Though very poorly equipped, they managed to release about 50% of the capital territory but, since no help came either from the Soviet army (they even stopped attacking Germans in this region) or from the western Allies, after over 2 months of hard struggle, the uprising ended in the defeat. Nearly 20,000 insurgents and 200-300,000 of civil population died, killed by Germans, most of them shot or burned alive. After that Warsaw was emptied and all surviving citizens were sent to concentration camps (source: Szczepan Marczynski).

Cl. 'W.E. Gladstone'  
0.ccwegl
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(British Prime Minister)(Noble, 1881)
Flowers size of a dinner plate, tepals lavender x6-8, anthers purple. Blooms from spring to autumn. This is one of our most admired Clematis. (xB) Very long season here in Taranaki. Cut flower!

Cl. 'Westerplatte'  
0.ccwest
2m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Stefan Franczak, 199?)
Large rounded flowers, rich velvety red, with deeper red anthers and yellow stigma. A very fine cultivar. (xC) The name commemorates the heroes (182 soldiers) of the Polish military unit on the Westerplatte peninsula at GdaƱsk Bay who held it for seven days against overwhelming odds at the start (1 Sep. 1939) of the second World War.
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Cl. 'Will Goodwin'
0.ccwigo
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(Pennell, 1961)
Flowers clear mid-blue 15cm, overlapping tepals x6-8, bright yellow anthers. Cut flower! Mid spring to early autumn. (xB) Award of Garden Merit. A bit troublesome in the nursery!

Cl. 'William Keay'  
0.ccwike
3m
zone 4-9
($B)
(A.Keay,NZ ,19??)(this Clematis has commonly and wrongly been sold as 'Barbara Dibley')
Flowers purple red 15-18cm dia., tepals x6-8, anthers red. Mid spring and early autumn. Best in East or West, fades in sun. (xB)

Cl. 'William Kennett'  
0.ccwikn
2.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(lanuginosa X patens)(Cobbet, 1875)
Flowers pale lilac-blue 12-15cm dia., tepals x6 form a fully rounded flower with wavy edges, anthers dark red. Early to late summer. (xB) Looks great clambering over low shrubs. Nice pale blue Clematis! This is the true W.K. 'Horn of Plenty' is often seen with this name!

Cl. cirrhosa 'Wisley Cream'
0.csciwc
4-5m
zone 7-9
($E)
(Southern Europe and Asia Minor) species
Delightful small 4cm bell-shaped creamy flowers on a wintergreen climber, mainly winter flowering beautiful silky seed heads. (xA) "No freckles". Scented, attractive seed heads.

Cl. 'W.S. Callick'
0.ccwsca
3.5m
zone 4-9
($B)
(chance seedling)(A. Keay,Chch NZ, 1983)
Flowers soft vine red 15cm dia., tepals x4-6, anthers brownish purple. Vigorous. Midsummer to early autumn. (xC) Luminous colour.
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