Atragene Spring Flowering

This includes the alpina, chisanensis, koreana, macropetala and their hybrids, i.e. spring flowering cultivars with nodding bell-like flowers and are all very hardy.  

Tips for the Atragene.
They do not need the 'rich' growing conditions or deep planting that the large flowered cultivars prefer. Because they have very fine root systems they will not thrive in soil which is prone to water-logging and they will actually be happier in poorer soils with very free draining conditions. Plant in the spring and if required, prune immediately after main flowering has finished.

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Clematis Albina Plena

Clematis Albina Plena produces a great abundance of pure white semi-double nodding bell-shaped flowers that are creamy-white when they first open.

£18.00
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Clematis AMBER Wit141205

Gently nodding flowers of primrose yellow are double and have a slight hint of pink on the top near the flower stem. This stunning clematis was awarded the RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Year Award 2016.

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Clematis Blue Tapers syn. Cyanea

What makes 'Blue Tapers' so charming are the small bell-shaped flowers of mid blue that have a whitish staminode and are produced in great abundance.

£18.00
Clematis Bredon Blue

Clematis Bredon Blue has charming and dainty mid-blue bell-shaped flower with a creamy-white inner skirt. A dainty but also very hardy plant, this will become a modern classic.

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Clematis Broughton Bride

Clematis Broughton Bride has both single and double nodding bell-shaped flowers which are creamy white, speckled with lilac on the outsides of the tepals.

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Clematis Constance

A hugely popular clematis, 'Constance' will always be one of my favourites in the garden. Her semi-double nodding, bell-shaped flowers are deep reddish-pink.


Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit
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Clematis Diamond Anniversary
Clematis Diamond Anniversary

*Jan 24 - Temporarily Out of Stock while numbers are increased. It may be many months before this variety is back in stock again.
The pretty pale pink semi-double nodding bell-shaped flowers bear a mid-pink flush on the reverse. Will have greater depth of colour if grown in a

£19.95
Clematis Frances Rivis

The clematis Frances Rivis has deep, rich blue nodding bell-shaped flowers with a white inner skirt. It remains one of the most popular spring flowering clematis in our collection.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

 
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Clematis Frankie

Clematis Frankie has deep mauve-blue single nodding bell-shaped flowers with a creamy-white inner skirt. A dainty but also very hardy plant, this will be a clematis I will always have in my garden.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Clematis Helsingborg

clematis Helsingborg is an extremely free flowering plant which is also very hardy. The single nodding bell-shaped flowers are deep bluey-purple and produced in great numbers through the spring and are followed by an abundance of silvery seed-heads.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Clematis Jan Lindmark

The clematis Jan Lindmark has very handsome semi-double bell-shaped flowers of mid rosy-lavender. A favourite in our family as it is named after our friend, a respected clematarian and  garden writer in Sweden.

£18.00
Clematis Lagoon

The deep, slightly greyish, blue semi-double nodding bell-shaped flowers of clematis Lagoon have occasional white markings on the inside and are produced in huge numbers. It is a hardy plant that is also one of our best sellers.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Clematis macropetala

This is our selection of the species macropetela. This form has light to mid blue semi-double nodding bell-shaped flowers that are borne in abundance throughout the spring.

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Clematis Markhams Pink

Markhams Pink has light to mid pink semi-double nodding, bell-shaped flowers in great abundance. One of the most popular of all the spring flowering clematis there are and a hardy plant too.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Clematis Ocean Pearl

Light to mid, slightly mauvy-blue, double and single nodding bell shaped flowers with a white inner skirt. A prolific cultivar that has a dainty charm to it while also being extremely hardy.

£18.00
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Clematis Pamela Jackman

A classic old clematis. Pamela Jackman remains a super garden plant with violet-blue, single, nodding bell-shaped flowers that have creamy-white staminodes.
'Recommended' by a Popular Garden Magazine Dec 2020.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Clematis Pink Flamingo

The pale pink semi-double bell-shaped flowers have deep rose pink at the base of the tepals which also runs through the veins. Clematis Pink Flamingo is a variety that has been around for many years, standing the test of time and delighting gardeners every spring.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit
£18.00
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Clematis Propertius

Semi-double nodding bell-shaped flowers are very deep pink with creamy-white margins and inner layers. Clematis Propertius is unique because not only do you have spring flowers but a consistent summer flowering period too. 

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Clematis Purple Spider

Clematis Purple Spider has semi-double nodding bell-shaped blooms that are very dark purple, almost black when first open. A favourite in the family and a very distinct colour for the time of year it blooms. Looks wonderful with daffodils growing at the base.

£18.00
Clematis Ruby

Clematis Ruby is a real little gem. She has very deep reddy-pink, single, nodding bell-shaped flowers produced in their hundreds. Once the spring flower has finished, give a little trim if it is needed you will get a second flush of flowers later in the summer.

£18.00
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Clematis Stolwijk Gold

The golden-yellow foliage is best when grown in a sunny situation and contrasts well with the deep purply-blue, single, nodding bell-shaped flowers.

£18.00
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Clematis Tage Lundell

Sumptuous lantern-shaped flowers of deepest purple are very abundant and followed by attractive silvery seed-heads. This is a very regal looking plant in the garden and one of Peter's favourites.

£18.00
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Clematis Wesselton

clematis Wesselton has light to mid blue, semi-double, nodding, bell-shaped flowers which are larger than those of C. macropetala species. Named after a village in Suffolk.
'Recommended' by a Popular Garden Magazine Dec 2020.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£18.00
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Clematis White Columbine

The single white nodding bell-shaped flowers have a tissue-paper like texture. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden MeritCultivation Advice.This includes

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