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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

Texensis Listings


The flowers are generally bell to open-bell shaped, similar to some tulip species. They will greatly enhance any shrub when climbing through or over, and great for enhancing ground cover. They grow extremely well in the warmer parts of the country, as well as the cooler.

This group all need hard pruning in late winter (xC).

Cl. tex. 'Duchess of Albany'   
0.ctdual
3m
zone 4-9
($D)
(texensis x 'Star of India')(Jackman, 1890)
Vigorous semi-herbaceous, flowers pink deeper bars, open bell shaped, pink anthers. 4cm dia. (xC) Suitable cut flower. The flowers stand up like lily flowering tulips and make an excellent ground cover.

Cl. tex. 'Etoile Rose'  
0.ctetro
3m
zone 4-9
($D)
(globulosa X viticella var.)(Lemoine, 1903)
(rarely available)
Vigorous semi-herbaceous, flowers cerise pink w. silver margins, open bell shaped, cherry purple centre. 5cm dia. Midsummer-autumn (xC) Suitable cut flower.

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. 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. 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. 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. tex. 'The Princess of Wales'
0.ccprwa
see Cl. tex. 'Princess Diana'
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