Mid-Summer to Autumn

This collection of clematis are classed 'late' as they bloom June or later and they have large flowers in contrast to many of the species and their cultivars.

Tips for the Mid-Summer to Autumn clematis.

Many of these clematis prefer a good quality soil with high nutrient levels and a soil which is moist but free-draining. Improve planting holes with at least 2 forkfuls of well rotted manure or garden compost and if you don't have these use a 'Soil Improver' compost. The improvement material added should be placed under the root of the plant not around it. This encourages the roots to grow downwards and remain deep and cool during summer.There is no need to deadhead these clematis, however if they appear to have finished flowering earlier than you expected, there is no harm in giving them a light trim to encourage new growth and a secondary flowering late in the autumn.

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Clematis SAPHYRAź Nancy 'CLEMINOV15'
Clematis SAPHYRAź Nancy 'CLEMINOV15'

Abundant fuchsia pink starlike flowers are shown off brilliantly against a bright green foliage. A more natural climber than the other SAPHYRA® cultivars, Nancy will happily climb up a small support, climb a wall trellis or create lovely ground cover. Also consider her to use as a scrambling companion in a border over other shrubs, her uses are varied thanks to her prolific and forgiving nature.

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Clematis Semu

The glorious light lavender-blue semi-nodding flowers have a dusky lavender-blue reverse. This wonderful clematis from Estonia is extremely hardy and exceptionally free-flowering.
The name Semu name means 'friend'.

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Clematis Star of India

These wonderful reddish-purple blooms have a rich rose-pink bar and mature to deep bluey-purple. A super companion for your climbing roses.

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Clematis Sunset

Striking and vivid red flowers have a purple tint towards the edge of the tepals and yellow anthers. Often the late flowers have a more distinguished bar of red and purple margins.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

 
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Clematis TEKLA Evipo069

Clematis TEKLA is a compact climber producing large flowers of a mixture of red, purple and pink tones that look fantastic during mid to late summer. Ideal for growing in a container.

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Clematis Tie Dye

Clematis 'Tie Dye'. These distinctive, unusual violet-blue star-shaped flowers are liberally marbled with mauve and white. Ours looks fabulous growing with a lovely apricot coloured climbing rose called 'Meg'- an eye-catching combination!
Received a Top Award in a Popular Garden Magazine Dec 2020.

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Clematis TSUKIKO Evipo110

Clematis TSUKIKO 'Evipo110' has beautifully elegant white flowers have a pointed tip and occasionally display a subtle mauve blush at the middle of the tepal and deep crimson anthers at the centre.
Bred by Raymond Evison of Guernsey.

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Clematis Varenne

Deep purply-violet flowers have a slightly deeper reddy-purple bar and striking cream stamens at the centre. The margins of the bloom are very undulating creating a delightful sight.

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Clematis Victoria (Jackmanii group)

Clematis 'Victoria'. The gorgeous deep pinky-mauve semi-nodding flowers have a rose-pink flush along their central bars which fades as the blooms mature to light pinkish-mauve. A wonderful companion for your climbing roses.

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Clematis Ville de Lyon

The stunning cherry-red flowers have a broad pinkish-mauve bar that is overlaid with cherry-red veins. A classic clematis which will give a striking display in your garden.

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Clematis Viola

Clematis 'Viola'. The sumptuous velvety violet-purple blooms have the merest hint of pinky-red along the bar when first open. The contrasting golden-yellow stamens make a glorious contrast to their richly coloured background.

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Clematis Voluceau

Flowers of deep burgundy red are gently rounded and have a satin sheen and a crown of golden anthers in the centre. A popular cultivar bred by A Girault of Orleans, France around the 1970s.

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Clematis Warszawska Nike (syn. Warsaw Nike)

Clematis 'Warszawska Nike' (syn. Warsaw Nike) has wonderful rich reddy-purple blooms that mature to bluey-purple and have beautifully contrasting yellow stamens. Pronounced Var-sharv-ska Nee-ka.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit

 
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Clematis Westerplatte

The striking, slightly purply-red blooms have brighter red bars and a luxurious velvety sheen and complimentary deep red stamens.

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