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 genius 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.
As Featured on the BBC and Launched by Thorncroft Clematis at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019.
This lovely new clematis was named after the newest addition to the royal family Meghan Markle after her marriage to Prince Harry on 19th May 2018 and was bred by New Leaf Plants.
Stunning dark purply-red summer flowers are produced in abundance May-June and again from late July-September, on the current season's growth.
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The gorgeous light raspberry-red flowers mature to very deep pink. Their deeply textured surface has a lovely satin sheen which is offset by a crown of contrasting yellow stamens. Learn More