Cut Flowers

Lots of clematis flower prolifically enough to grow for cutting and those listed below are the best for a particularly good display while lasting well in water.

Also consider plants from these groups: 
Atragene Group - Spring flowering with nodding bell-like flowers.
Diversifolia Group - All the clematis in this group are suitable to use as cut flowers.
Heracleifolia Group - Many of these stunning herbaceous plants are also scented.
Integrifolia Group - They are all suitable to use as cut flowers.
Tangutica Group - Not only extremely free flowering but they produce excellent seedheads for added interest in the winter months.
Texensis Group - Exotic looking plants, many with trumpet shaped flowers that are ideal for flower arranging.
Viticella Group - They are all extremely hardy, very free flowering, they cannot be recommended highly enough.

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Clematis Etoile Violette

The dark bluey-purple flowers have beautifully contrasting pale yellow stamens and are produced in huge abundance across the plant for a long time through the summer An outstanding performer that adorns gardens across the world.
Received a Top Award in a Popular Garden Magazine Dec 2020.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

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Clematis Fascination

The glossy dark violet-blue nodding bell-shaped flowers have paler margins. clematis Fascination has a subtle spicy scent when grown in sun.

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Clematis FOREVER FRIENDS 'Zofori'

A favourite of ours for many years, Forever Friends beautifully textured satin-white star-shaped flowers have contrasting dusky red anthers. Exceptionally free flowering and easy to grow.

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Clematis Golden Harvest
Clematis Golden Harvest

The light butter-yellow nodding bell-shaped flowers open out to reveal striking reddish-purple stamens. Grow in a sunny position to enhance its lovely citrus-like perfume.
Also known as serratifolia 'Golden harvest'.

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Clematis GOLDEN TIARA 'Kugotia'

Attractive bright golden-yellow nodding lantern-shaped flowers have distinctive contrasting reddish-purple stamens and leave silky seed-heads.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

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Clematis Gravetye Beauty

The elegant, deep rich red trumpet shaped flowers have paler mauve-pink margins on the reverse. A very popular cultivar and one of our favourites and on we've always had in our garden.

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Clematis Hagelby White

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.

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Clematis Hakuree
Clematis Hakuree

The delicately scented, bluish-white nodding bell-shaped flowers have twisted tepals that reveal a mauve-blue bar on the inside.

£18.00
Clematis Hanna (viticella 'Hanna')

The nodding bell-shaped flowers are pale violet-blue and produced in great profusion across the plant. A charming climber that is excellent as a companion plant and sometimes quite hard to find.

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Clematis Helios

The bright lemon-yellow nodding flowers open out flat and have very pointed tepals with swept back tips, followed by silky seed-heads. Can be grown in a patio container if provided with a free draining soil.
Also known as tangutica Helios.

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Clematis Hendryetta

The mid pink semi-nodding bell-shaped flowers have prominent deep pink ribs on the outside. A delightful looking plant that grows will as a companion in the border.

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Clematis HUDSON RIVER 'Zo06137'

Rich deep violet blooms have a silvery sheen when they first open and have striking golden yellow stamens in the centre. Cultivated for the cut flower trade, this prolific clematis is extraordinarily floriferous in the garden or when grown in a container.

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Clematis I AMŽ LADY Q 'Zoiamladyq'

Dainty white flowers have a mid-pink margin, purple anthers and are borne in great abundance. Magnificent grown with 'Walenburg'.

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Clematis INSPIRATIONŽ 'Zoin'

The striking vivid reddish-pink blooms are deeply textured and often pale towards the centre of the flower. They have strongly contrasting yellow stamens which make the flower stand out really nicely even from a distance.

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Clematis integrifolia

Clematis integrifolia has mid-blue nodding bell-shaped flowers with long narrow twisted tepals. This form of the species is strong growing, prolific and easy to grow as well.

£18.00
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Clematis JOHN HOWELLS 'Zojohnhowells'

The wonderfully rich carmine red flowers have a brighter red bar and deep wine red anthers. This plant has performed really well in my parents hot garden with sandy soil and the uniform shape is very charming.

£18.00
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Clematis 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. 

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Clematis 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

£18.00
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Clematis Lambton Park

The bright yellow nodding lantern-shaped flowers are followed by beautiful silky seed-heads. Grow in a sunny position to enhance the coconut-like perfume. A favourite in our garden.
Also known as clematis tangutica Lambton Park.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

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Clematis Little Bas

The dainty bluey-purple nodding bell-shaped flowers have a white star on the interior and are perfect for that 'cottage garden' look. Clematis 'Little Bas' was raised in Holland on the nursery of J van Zoest and named after their youngest son.

£18.00
Clematis Little Nell

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. Another one of Peter's many favourites!

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Clematis Madame Julia Correvon

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.
Received a Top Award in a Popular Garden Magazine Dec 2020.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£19.95
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Clematis Margot Koster (M. Koster)

Clematis 'Margot Koster' is a lovely old clematis which has irregular, somewhat 'dishevelled-looking' flowers of deep mauve-pink, which nevertheless are extremely attractive!  An excellent companion plant, it grows very well with other climbers and though shrub roses.

£18.00
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Clematis Maria Cornelia

The delightful semi-nodding creamy-white flowers mature to pure white and have a lovely crown of contrasting purple stamens. This is a lovely form of viticella and performs vey well in many soil types as well as on Any aspect, so very forgiving in it's nature.

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