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These clematis are all EVERGREEN. Many have a nice scent and all are tolerant of poor or drier soils. The evergreen clematis require a sunny, free draining situation that is sheltered from the worst of the cold winds. If required, prune immediately after flowering.

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  1. Advent Bells Pictures Courtesy of Roy Nunn
    £13.50

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    A charming cream flower that has a very heavily freckled and striped inside of red, will provide a great profusion of dainty hanging blooms during the winter months. More abundant than the ever popular Freckles.

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  2. armandii
    £19.50

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    The clusters of white flowers have a good perfume. A superb evergreen climber that requires free draining soil, sunny aspect to enhance perfume, whilst avoiding very exposed situations. Learn More

  3. Apple Blossom
    £19.50

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    Clusters of deep pink flower buds open to pinky-white flowers, with a good perfume. A superb evergreen climber that requires free draining soil, sunny aspect to enhance perfume, whilst avoiding very exposed situations. Learn More

  4. Snowdrift
    £19.50

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    The clusters of white flowers have a good perfume. A superb evergreen climber that requires free draining soil, sunny aspect to enhance perfume, whilst avoiding very exposed situations. Learn More

  5. Landsdown Gem
    £13.50

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    Dainty bell-shaped flowers are a dull claret colour inside with a cream reverse and have cream anthers. The plant was discovered as a sport of 'Freckles' in 1995 by Merv Jerard of Lansdowne Valley, Christchurch, New Zealand. Often misspelt clematis 'Landsdown Gem' Learn More

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