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Clematis Shop

Welcome to our Clematis Shop!

For an easy guide how to use our Plant Selection Filter see this helpful video by Peter - How To Use The Plant Selection Filter

For easy selection you can use the filter in the left margin to find what you are looking for.
You can select from one or more attributes, for instance: Colour - Blue and then also select Pruning - Hard, this will show you all the Hard prune clematis which are all different shades of blue.

Clematis are a wonderfully diverse genus of plant. They have a wide range of flower size, colour and form, meaning there is a clematis plant for almost every taste and place in the garden. Clematis plants make wonderful companions and can be used very effectively to screen and hide objects and to enhance the colour and flowering of a host like roses, wisteria or shrubs. There are also herbaceous clematis which give very good summer colour and are very attractive to bees and insects and they are very easy clematis to grow.

Clematis are very diverse and so are their needs, therefore it is important to pay careful attention to the planting and location requirements, so do follow our clematis care guide and advice carefully to get the best out of your clematis plants.

We have a wide variety of different types of clematis plants for sale, many of these will be suitable for growing in patio containers, a useful list of our favourites is here. 

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  1. Lucky Dip Plant
    £5.00
    These are all plants that have lost their labels through the year and being plant lovers we simply can't bring ourselves to throw them away! They will make good garden plants and you could get anything from 'Arabella' to 'William Kennet'. Please do not ask for a specific cultivar or colour, they have lost their labels, hence the name 'Lucky-Dip'! Learn More
  2. Clematis 'Akaishi'
    £11.25

    The rich violet-purple blooms have broad, eye-catching bright crimson bars. A striking and free-flowering cultivar.
    Available Autumn 2020

     

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  3. Clematis 'Alice Fisk'
    £11.25
    These lovely star-shaped blooms open a mid violet-blue maturing to light mauve-blue. Their surface has a 'tissue-paper' like texture and the prettily crimped margins lead to pointed tips. Learn More
  4. Clematis 'Alionushka'
    £12.50

    Check out our blog post Abundant Alionushka 
    Beautiful deep mauve-pink nodding bell-shaped flowers. Semi-herbaceous, non-clinging, semi-climber or scrambler.
    Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit.

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  5. Clematis 'Andante'
    £14.50
    The very deep mauvish-pink nodding bell-shaped flowers have light pink margins to their twisted tepals. A prolific and easy to grow form of the herbaceous integrifolia family. Learn More
  6. Aotearoa
    £13.50
    The deep purply-blue flowers have contrasting greenish-yellow stamens, their undulating margins twist slightly towards the tips. This looks fabulous on the front porch of my house. Aotearoa means 'Land of the long white cloud'. Learn More
  7. Clematis 'Arabella'
    £12.50
    The mid mauvy-blue flowers have a hint of a rose pink bar when first open. Semi-herbaceous, non-clinging, scrambler. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  8. Clematis 'Archie'
    £16.00
    Semi-double blooms are produced in spring and are pale to light mauve-pink merging to deep mauve-pink margins and tips. Single flowers are produced in the second flowering around August and September. Learn More
  9. Barbara Jackman
    £11.25
    A lovely old cultivar that has light mauve-blue flowers with a rich purply-pink bar and crown of cream stamens. Learn More
  10. Clematis 'Beautiful Bride' PBR
    £12.50
    A prolific clematis with striking flowers of pure white with a creamy bar down the middle and a crown of dusky purple anthers at the centre. Learn More
  11. Bees' Jubilee
    £11.25
    These classic looking blooms are pale mauve-pink and have a deep carmine bar that offset a lovely crown of stamens. A truly lovely and well-known clematis. Learn More
  12. Clematis 'Blue Light'
    £12.50
    Light mauvy-blue, early double blooms are rosette like. Later blooms are spiky doubles. Deciduous climber. Learn More
  13. Comtesse de Bouchaud
    £11.25
    The mid pink flowers of this wonderful old clematis have a pretty satin sheen. The clarity of colour and simplicity of shape are what gives it such charm. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit.

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  14. Countess of Lovelace
    £11.25
    The distinctive mid bluey-mauve blooms appear fully double in early summer with single blooms later in the season. Learn More
  15. Clematis 'Crimson King' (Red Cooler)
    £11.25
    The beautiful blooms are deep cerise pink with a slightly paler bar. Occasionally the early blooms are semi-double. A lovely old classic dating from the early 1900's. Learn More
  16. Daniel Deronda
    £11.25
    The lovely rich bluey-purple flowers have paler, almost mauve bars. The early flowers are occasionally semi-double. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  17. Dawn
    £13.50
    Her charming rounded blooms are very pale pearly-pink with slightly deeper pearly-pink margins and a striking crown of wine-red stamens. Learn More
  18. Clematis 'Dazzle'
    £11.25
    The eye-catching light pinky-purple flowers have a richer reddy-purple bar with a striking crown of contrasting yellow stamens. Named by Ella Williams of Inkberrow First School, Worcestershire. Learn More
  19. Dorothy Tolver
    £13.50
    The fabulous, vibrant deep mauve-pink blooms have a satin sheen and the early flowers are occasionally semi-double. Named after my lovely Nan without whom Thorncroft Clematis would not exist today! Learn More
  20. Dr Ruppel
    £11.25
    Gorgeous deep pinky-mauve blooms have pale mauve margins and a rich cerise-pink bar. A striking bloom that keeps its colour even when grown in full sun. Later flowers have more intense colouring. Learn More

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