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Useful for Gifts

Here is a helpful list of clematis for gifts. Many have an appropriate name or meaning. We have included some popular peoples names but don't forget to try a search for any we might have missed.

Clematis for gifts are ideal because not only does the recipient get a nice gift on the special occasion, it comes back again each year reminding them of receiving it from you in the first place! Often clematis flower for several weeks, so offering a good value compared to a bunch of cut flowers!

Don't forget that if you can't decide which clematis to give as a gift, you could buy A Printed Gift Voucher and let the recipient choose one themselves.

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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. Clematis 'Edith'
    £11.25
    These elegant white blooms have a pretty satin sheen across their lightly textured surface and a glorious crown of contrasting wine-red stamens. Learn More
  3. Clematis 'The Bride'
    £12.50
    The enchanting 'bridal' white flowers have a gorgeous satin sheen and an elegant crown of pale yellow stamens. An ideal wedding gift. Learn More
  4. Clematis 'Wedding Day'
    £12.50
    When first open these elegant creamy-white blooms can have a light green bar that fades as they mature to pure white. Their deep red stamens are a lovely contrast. Learn More
  5. Clematis FOREVER FRIENDS PBR 'Zofori'
    £13.50
    Fast becoming a favourite of ours - Its beautifully textured satin-white star-shaped flowers have contrasting dusky red anthers. Exceptionally free-flowering! Unlicensed Propagation Prohibited. Learn More
  6. Prince George
    £13.50
    The gorgeous white flowers of this new clematis are very deeply textured with crimped, wavy margins & cream anthers. It has been named in honour of the royal baby George, son of the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge. Learn More

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