Windy Aspects

If you are looking for clematis to grow in a position that is exposed to a lot of wind, those listed below will cope the best. As well as these you can use most Hard prune clematis except the Florida group.

Clematis are fairly robust but the larger the flower the more area there is to catch the wind and the less suitable they are for growing in a windy location. Lets hope one of these clematis for windy locations will be suitable for what you need.

For further information on growing clematis in windy areas see our Planting & Care Guide.

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  1. Actinidia arguta VITIKIWI®
    £15.00
    Fantastic fruits from an attractive hardy, prolific kiwi cultivar that sets fruit without pollination. The flowers are creamy-white, set in threes at each internode and have black anthers. The plant starts bearing fruit in the 1st-2nd year after planting. Learn More
  2. Actinidia kolomikta
    £10.75
    Ornamental Kiwi Fruit. Grown mainly for it's distinctive foliage which has white and pink splashes. Small white flowers. Requires free draining soil. Will fruit if pollinated and grown with Actinidia kolomikta 'Adam'.

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  3. Akebia Quinata
    £10.75
    A climber with bright green leaves and wonderfully fragrant reddish-purple flowers, sometimes followed by purple fruits. Learn More
  4. Abundance
    £10.75
    The pretty semi-nodding pinky-red flowers have a deeply textured surface and crimped margins. Aptly named, the blooms are indeed produced in great abundance. Learn More
  5. Alba Luxurians
    £10.75
    The semi-nodding irregular shaped white flowers have green 'leaf-like' tips to its early blooms. These delightful blooms are treasured by flower-arrangers. Learn More
  6. 'Alba' (integrifolia)
    £11.75
    Dainty nodding bell-shaped flowers of pure white have an occasional hint of blue at the base of the tepals and a sweet scent. Super for front of border interest. Learn More
  7. Ablina Plena
    £11.75
    Pure white semi-double nodding bell-shaped flowers are creamy-white when first open. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  8. Alionushka
    £10.75
    Beautiful deep mauve-pink nodding bell-shaped flowers. Semi-herbaceous, non-clinging, semi-climber or scrambler. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  9. Anita
    £11.75
    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
  10. Aotearoa
    £12.50
    The deep purply-blue flowers have contrasting greenish-yellow stamens, their undulating margins twist slightly towards the tips. This looks fabulous on the front porch of my house. Aotearoa means 'Land of the long white cloud'. Learn More
  11. Arabella
    £10.75
    The mid mauvy-blue flowers have a hint of a rose pink bar when first open. Semi-herbaceous, non-clinging, scrambler. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  12. Betty Corning
    £11.75
    Pretty pale bluey-mauve nodding bell-shaped flowers, whose pointed tips open and twist slightly to reveal a deeper bluey-mauve and textured inside. The delicate perfume is more noticeable when planted in the sun. Learn More
  13. Bill Mackenzie
    £11.75
    (syn. orientalis 'Bill MacKenzie') 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
  14. Black Prince
    £10.75
    (syn. viticella 'Black Prince'). The deep reddish-purple semi-nodding flowers have a silvery reverse. Their simple shape and elegant colouring are a charming addition to your garden. Learn More
  15. Blekitny Aniol (BLUE ANGEL)
    £10.75
    The gorgeous pale, mauvy-blue flowers have a pretty satin sheen across their deeply textured surface. Its crimped and wavy margins taper to pointed tips. At dusk the flowers become almost luminous. Beautiful! Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Learn More
  16. Blue Dancer
    £10.75
    The single nodding bell-shaped flowers have long, narrow light to mid-blue tepals. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  17. Blue Eclipse
    £12.50
    The single nodding bell-shaped flowers are rich, deep purply-blue outlined by cream margins. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  18. Broughton Bride
    £12.50
    The single and double nodding bell-shaped flowers are white, speckled with lilac. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  19. Brunette
    £11.75
    (syn. 'Catullus'). The blooms open a deep burgundy red maturing to deep wine red as they age. Requires free draining soil. Learn More
  20. 'Chatsworth' Image Courtesy of Manfred Westphal
    £16.00
    Masses of dainty pale pearly-blue hanging flowers have a slightly darker bar at the centre, a lightly textured surface and the tips of the tepals gently twist. Named for one of the great country houses of England. Learn More

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