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Beginners Clematis

Our beginners clematis group have been selected because of their easy to grow nature and ability to perform pretty much regardless of the way they are treated. The shortlist we have provided here should all do well if given careful planting, even if they get neglected a little afterwards!

There is a good spread of flowering times among the list so you can have interest throughout the calendar year and should make life easier for the gardener.

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  1. Clematis 'Beautiful Bride' PBR
    £12.50
    A prolific clematis with striking flowers of pure white with a creamy bar down the middle and a crown of dusky purple anthers at the centre. Learn More
  2. Dorothy Tolver
    £13.50
    The fabulous, vibrant deep mauve-pink blooms have a satin sheen and the early flowers are occasionally semi-double. Named after my lovely Nan without whom Thorncroft Clematis would not exist today! Learn More
  3. Ernest Markham
    £11.25
    The light magenta-red blooms have a deeply textured surface and beautifully crimped margins. A fabulous companion to climbing roses and, if hard pruned can be grown in a patio container. Learn More
  4. Clematis 'Huldine'
    £11.25
    These elegant satin-white blooms have an almost transparent, pearly appearance, due to their attractive mauve reverse being an apparent feature. An excellent candidate to add interest to your garden in autumn. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  5. John Huxtable at RHS Wisley Trials grounds
    £11.25
    The pretty white flowers are deeply textured and have a wonderful satin sheen. This popular clematis is perfect to brighten any dull spot in your garden. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  6. Clematis 'Madame Baron Veillard'
    £11.25
    Very pretty lilac-pink flowers are nicely textured with ribs and have a lovely satin sheen to them. Grow in sun to part shade for best flowering. Learn More
  7. Clematis cirrhosa 'Lansdowne Gem'
    £13.50
    (syn. cirrhosa var. purpurascens 'Jingle Bells'). The creamy-white nodding bell-shaped flowers have a hint of citrus scent. An evergreen climber that requires a sunny, sheltered position and free draining soil. Learn More
  8. Clematis orientalis 'Bill MacKenzie'
    £12.50
    Its bright yellow nodding, lantern-shaped flowers have distinctive dark reddish-brown stamens that leave excellent silky seed-heads. Excellent for late flowers. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  9. Clematis PETIT FAUCON™ 'Evisix'
    £11.25
    The nodding to outward facing flowers have four rich bluey-purple tepals. The stamens have rosy-purple filaments and golden yellow anthers. Semi-herbaceous, non-clinging, semi-climber or scrambler. Learn More
  10. Clematis tangutica 'Anita'
    £12.50
    The pretty creamy-yellow nodding buds open as pure white outward-facing flowers. This lovely clematis can either be light or hard pruned depending on the area needing to be covered. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  11. Clematis tangutica GOLDEN TIARA® 'Kugotia'
    £12.50
    Attractive bright golden-yellow nodding lantern-shaped flowers have distinctive contrasting reddish-purple stamens and leave silky seedheads. Requires free draining soil. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Unlicensed Propagation Prohibited. Learn More
  12. Clematis viticella 'Emilia Plater'
    £11.25
    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
  13. Clematis viticella 'Polish Spirit'
    £11.25
    The dark purple flowers have a slight reddish-purple bar which fades to bluey-purple as the blooms mature. An excellent choice to give later flowers in your garden. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More

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