Viticella

Included in this group are those clematis commonly thought of as Viticella's, or viticella crosses. However we have taken the liberty to include some other cultivars in this group because their growth, habit and appearance is identical to that of the Viticella's. They include the likes of 'Błękitny Anioł', 'Polish Spirit' and 'Prince Charles' – because of their similarities, and for ease of selection, we feel justified in placing them within this group.
They are all extremely hardy, very free flowering, their pruning is simple and they cannot be recommended highly enough. Especially useful for people new to growing clematis as they are extremely tolerant of what the gardener does to them! They all make excellent companions to grow with roses.

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  1. Abundance
    £10.75
    The pretty semi-nodding pinky-red flowers have a deeply textured surface and crimped margins. Aptly named, the blooms are indeed produced in great abundance. Learn More
  2. Alba Luxurians
    £10.75
    The semi-nodding irregular shaped white flowers have green 'leaf-like' tips to its early blooms. These delightful blooms are treasured by flower-arrangers. Learn More
  3. Betty Corning
    £11.75
    Pretty pale bluey-mauve nodding bell-shaped flowers, whose pointed tips open and twist slightly to reveal a deeper bluey-mauve and textured inside. The delicate perfume is more noticeable when planted in the sun. Learn More
  4. Black Prince
    £10.75
    (syn. viticella 'Black Prince'). The deep reddish-purple semi-nodding flowers have a silvery reverse. Their simple shape and elegant colouring are a charming addition to your garden. Learn More
  5. Blekitny Aniol (BLUE ANGEL)
    £10.75
    The gorgeous pale, mauvy-blue flowers have a pretty satin sheen across their deeply textured surface. Its crimped and wavy margins taper to pointed tips. At dusk the flowers become almost luminous. Beautiful! Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  6. 'Chatsworth' Image Courtesy of Manfred Westphal
    £16.00
    Masses of dainty pale pearly-blue hanging flowers have a slightly darker bar at the centre, a lightly textured surface and the tips of the tepals gently twist. Named for one of the great country houses of England. Learn More
  7. Clematis 'Cicciolina'
    £10.75
    These charming deep carmine-red semi-nodding flowers have a greeny-white bar with carmine-red veins across the deeply textured surface. Learn More
  8. Dark Eyes
    £12.50
    These gorgeous flowers are almost black on opening and mature to the deepest purple with a velvety sheen. As the flower ages the crown of stamens take on a silvery appearance which adds to their charm. Learn More
  9. Dutch Sky
    £12.50
    The pretty bluey-white flowers merge to light blue margins and tips. The reverse has the same colouring with distinctive purple ribs. It is exceptionally free-flowering. Learn More
  10. Eetika
    £10.75
    The deep rose-pink flowers have a deeply textured surface and gorgeous satin a sheen. A truly stunning viticella that performs well in any garden. Learn More
  11. Emilia Plater - Picture courtesy of Manfred Westphal
    £10.75
    When first open the light mauvy-blue flowers have rosy-violet shading along the central bar which fades as the blooms mature. A deeply textured surface, crimped and undulating margins add to their charm. Learn More
  12. Étoile Rose
    £12.50
    The delightful semi-nodding bell-shaped flowers are rich deep pink, merging to light mauve-pink margins and recurved tips. A wonderful sight cascading over our arch. Learn More
  13. Étoile Violette
    £10.75
    The dark bluey-purple flowers have beautifully contrasting pale yellow stamens. An outstanding performer that adorns gardens across the world. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  14. Hagelby White
    £12.50
    The dainty semi-nodding flowers are slightly greeny-cream when first open and mature to almost pure white. The variety was discovered in Hagelby Park, Stockholm, and introduced in 1998 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Swedish Clematis Society. Learn More
  15. Kaiu
    £12.50
    (syn. texensis 'Kaiu'). The dainty pearly-white nodding urn-shaped flowers have a pinky-mauve blush. A vigorous grower that makes a good companion to large shrubs, and whose delightful blooms make excellent cut flowers. Learn More
  16. Clematis 'Kermesina'
    £10.75
    (syn. viticella 'Kermesina'). The silvery-pink buds open to glorious deep crimson flowers and have a white spot at the base of each tepal with contrasting dark brown stamens. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  17. Clematis 'Little Nell'
    £10.75
    The dainty semi-nodding flowers have white bars and pale mauve-pink margins. Despite its delicate appearance it is an exceptionally 'good-doer' and an excellent garden plant. Learn More
  18. Clematis 'Madame Julia Correvon'
    £10.75
    The glorious vibrant red flowers have a textured surface and gently recurved, twisted tips. Their distinctive crown of contrasting yellow stamens adds to the attraction of this outstanding performer. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  19. Margot Koster
    £10.75
    (syn. 'M Koster', 'Margaret Koster'). This lovely old clematis has irregular, somewhat 'dishevelled-looking' flowers of deep mauve-pink, which nevertheless are extremely attractive! Learn More
  20. Maria Cornelia
    £12.50
    The delightful semi-nodding creamy-white flowers mature to pure white and have a lovely crown of contrasting purple stamens. Unlicensed Propagation Prohibited. Learn More

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