Herbaceous Clematis

​​​​​​​Herbaceous clematis have been around for many years and are becoming more popular every year. There are four groups: 
DiversifoliaHeracleifolia, Integrifolia and Recta.

Tips for the herbaceous clematis.

The Heracleifolia Group require hard pruning each year but this is much better left until April when the weather has improved. Do NOT prune these hard in autumn or winter when tidying other herbaceous plants as the Heracleifolia Group over-winter better with the old growth left intact.

The non-clinging stems of the Diversifolia, integrifolia and Recta require support to hold them erect, however they look very attractive when allowed to scramble un-supported through other herbaceous plants and boarders.

'Praecox' is a unique plant that makes excellent ground cover and is a favourite of Monty Don in his garden Longmeadow. Beware it is very vigorous!

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Clematis Alba (integrifolia)

Dainty nodding bell-shaped flowers of pure white have an occasional hint of blue at the base of the tepals and a sweet scent. A reliable performer and excellent herbaceous clematis.

£18.00
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Clematis Alionushka

clematis Alionushka has beautiful deep mauve-pink nodding bell-shaped flowers which are produced in huge abundance through the summer to autumn months.

Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£19.95
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Clematis Andante

The very deep mauvish-pink nodding bell-shaped flowers have light pink margins to their twisted tepals. A prolific and easy to grow form of the herbaceous integrifolia family.

£18.00
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Clematis Arabella

clematis Arabella has mid mauvy-blue flowers with a hint of a rose pink bar when first open. 
A long standing favourite of our family and one that has done really well in our garden. 
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£19.95
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Clematis Blue Dwarf

Clusters of pretty silvery-blue hyacinth shaped flowers with glaucous foliage and makes an excellent 'front of border' plant. This clump-forming clematis has erect woody stems and requires free draining soil.

£19.95
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Clematis BLUE PIROUETTE 'Zobluepi'

The pretty violet-blue flowers have four long twisted tepals. A very pretty and free flowering clematis which is also good as a cut flower.

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Clematis BLUE RIVER 'Zoblueriver'

Highly praised by Gardening Which? in 2010. Clematis Blue River has beautiful bluish-lilac star-shaped flowers which have a deeper lilac bar and are produced in abundance.
A popular plant with flower arrangers because the flowers last well in water.

£19.95
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Clematis Cassandra

The clusters of rich deep blue hyacinth shaped flowers are strongly scented. A favourite in our garden. This clump-forming clematis has erect woody stems and requires free draining soil.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£19.95
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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 fusca

These intriguing, dusky purple nodding urn-shaped flowers are completely covered with brown hairs. A semi-herbaceous clematis that dies down over the winter and shoots at the crown.

£19.95
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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 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.

£19.95
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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 INSPIRATION® '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 Mrs Robert Brydon

The clusters of small white, scented flowers are tinged with grey-mauve or pale blue and are produced in great abundance across the plant through the summer and early autumn. 

£19.95
Clematis New Love

The clusters of deep violet-blue hyacinth shaped flowers are beautifully scented. This clump-forming clematis has erect woody stems and requires free draining soil.

£19.95
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Clematis Ozawas Blue

The rich mid-blue nodding bell-shaped flowers have light mauve-blue margins and strongly recurving tips.

£18.00
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Clematis Pamela

The white, lightly scented flowers have a prominent crown of stamens and it has lovely bluey-green foliage. A slightly larger flower than other recta types.

£19.95
Clematis Pangbourne Pink

The nodding bell-shaped flowers of Pangbourne Pink are a gloriously rich deep rose-pink. Some people can detect a delicate perfume if it is grown in the sun.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

 
£18.00
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Clematis PETIT FAUCON Evisix

clematis Petit Faucon is a marvellous little plant with nodding to outward facing flowers with four rich bluey-purple tepals. The stamens have rosy-purple filaments and golden yellow anthers. 
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

 
£19.95
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Clematis Pink Dwarf

The clusters of hyacinth shaped flowers are pale to light silvery-pink and makes an excellent 'front of border' plant. This clump-forming clematis has erect woody stems and requires free draining soil.

£19.95
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Clematis pitcheri
Clematis pitcheri

A native of the USA, it has glossy deep purple to purply-red nodding pitcher shaped flowers. Colour can vary slightly dependent on aspect and soil type. This rare species is a semi-herbaceous, deciduous climber that thrives in the sun.

£19.95
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Clematis Praecox

The clusters of white star-shaped flowers have deep bluey-mauve tips. A clump-forming, vigorous, scrambler that also looks fabulous when trained against a wall. clematis 'Preacox' is also known as jouiniana 'Preacox'.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

£19.95
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