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Early Large Flowered

This group of large flowered clematis are selected because they flower before June (many will flower again) and for the most part they require light pruning to achieve best flowering performance.

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  1. Akaishi
    £11.25
    The rich violet-purple blooms have broad, eye-catching bright crimson bars. A striking and free-flowering cultivar. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. Ameshisuto
    £12.50
    These almost 'regal' looking, gorgeous lilac-blue flowers have a magnificent crown of creamy-yellow stamens. A regular favourite at Chelsea. Learn More
  4. Andromeda
    £11.25
    The delicious looking flowers remind us of raspberry-ripple ice cream, they are creamy-white with pretty raspberry-red bars. The early blooms are semi-double, with single blooms later. Learn More
  5. Clematis 'Aneta'
  6. Asao
    £11.25
    The vibrant rich deep pink flowers merge to almost white bars that have the same deep pink running through veins. Pronounced Asow. Learn More
  7. Clematis 'Barbara Dibley'
  8. 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
  9. Beauty of Worcester
    £11.25
    The early blooms are double or semi-double, single later. They are deep mid-blue with a hint of pink. Learn More
  10. 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
  11. Blue Eyes
    £12.50
    The enchanting pale lilac-blue flowers have the merest hint of pink when first open, and pretty contrasting yellow stamens. 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. Burma Star
    £12.50
    The rich purple flowers have a glorious velvety sheen and the merest hint of a purply-red bar when first open. Learn More
  14. Clematis 'Carnaby'
    £11.25
    The pretty light pink star-shaped flowers have bright reddy-pink bars and a crown of wine red stamens. Hard pruning will keep the plant more compact and delay the flowering by a few weeks. Learn More
  15. Celebration
    £15.00
    Introduced by Thorncroft at Chelsea 2011. This unique clematis has amazing golden foliage. The pale mauve-blue flowers are double early, followed by single blooms later. Keep feed to a minimum to achieve good foliage colour. Learn More
  16. Clematis 'Chalcedony'
    £11.25
    The sumptuous silvery-mauve-grey blooms are fully double early in the summer, followed by semi-double blooms later in the season. Learn More
  17. 'Cloudburst' (syn. Starburst) - Image courtesy of Szczepan Marczynski
    £16.00
    These eye-catching star-like blooms have broad light rosy-purple margins that merge towards an almost white centre and purply-black stamens. An exciting addition to our collection. (Previously known as 'Starburst')

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  18. 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
  19. Clematis 'Crimson King' (Red Cooler)
    £16.50
    The deep cerise pink blooms have a slightly paler bar. Deciduous climber. Learn More
  20. 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

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