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Herbaceous Clematis

Herbaceous clematis have been around for many years and are becoming more popular every year. There are three groups: Diversifolia, Heracleifolia and Integrifolia although there are also some members of the Flammula group that behave as herbaceous plants so those will be listed below as well. 'Praecox' is a unique plant that makes excellent ground cover and is a favourite of Monty Don in his garden Longmeadow.

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  1. Clematis recta 'Purpurea'
    £13.50
    Glorious purply-bronze foliage with clusters of small white star-shaped flowers that have a hawthorn-like perfume. An herbaceous, clump-forming plant with semi-erect stems. Learn More
  2. Clematis stans
    £11.25
    A species from Japan that has clusters of small bluish-white to pale blue hyacinth shaped flowers which occasionally have a slight perfume. This clump-forming clematis has erect woody stems and requires free draining soil. Learn More
  3. Humulus lupulus Aureus
    £11.25
    Golden Hop. This herbaceous climber is a strong growing plant with rough stems and large greeny-yellow leaves. Greenish fragrant flowers come in late summer followed by attractive clusters of hops. Requires free draining soil. Learn More

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