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CLEMATIS CHARMAINE

This beautiful clematis produces big dark red semi-double flowers. She can bloom from July at the end of the season, and it is true abundantly. Take care of burying the first buds. Spread mulch to the base of the plant to keep the freshness. An addition of fertilizer is recommended in summer. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weaks stems . Use on treillis, arbors, pergolas, fences.

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CLEMATIS CHEVALIER

Clematis ’Chevalier’ features velvet purple, star shaped flowers ageing to mid blue as they mature. Ideal for combining with silver or golden foliage evergreen shrubs or planted with silver foliage perennials. Make sure to bury the first buds, lay down a mulch at the base. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems. Used on trellises, arbors or pergolas, in small gardens.

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CLEMATIS COMTESSE DE BOUCHAUD

Large (10-15 cm in diameter), velvety pink flowers with lavender tints and yellow stamens. Blooms from July to October. In spring, remove dead wood to the first pair of healthy buds or simply cut down to 1 m or less above the ground. When planting, take care to bury first buds. Lay down mulch at the base to keep fresh. Fertilise with a vine fertiliser in summer. Use on trellises, arbors, fences, posts or as a ground cover.

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CLEMATIS COUNTESS OF LOVELACE

'Countess of Lovelace' is a deciduous compact climber with double, light mauve-blue flowers made up of layers and 15-18cm wide, late spring to early summer, often followed by some single flowers in late summer.

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CLEMATIS DIAMOND BALL

The cool white-blue flowers are round or semi-spherical in shape, and reach 10-12cm in diameter. This prolific bloomer flowers on both old and new wood, and blooms from June through August. When planting, make sure to bury the first buds, lay down a mulch at the base. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems. Used on trellises, arbors or pergolas.

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CLEMATIS DUCHESS OF EDINBURGH

Large, double, white flowers, greenish at the base, slightly fragrant. Blooms in mid-June, and repeat by the end of summer. In spring, remove dead wood to the first pair of healthy buds or simply cut down to 1 m or less above the ground. When planting, take care to bury first buds. Needs fresh, moist, porous soil. Lay down mulch at the base to keep fresh. Fertilise with a vine fertiliser in summer. Use on trellises, arbors, fences, posts or as a ground cover.

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CLEMATIS ELSA SPATH

Purple violet flowers (18 cm in diameter) with purple stamens. Abundance of blooms in May-June, sometimes a second flowering occurs in October. In spring, remove dead wood to the first pair of healthy buds or simply cut down to 1m or less above the ground. When planting, take care to bury first buds. Lay down mulch at the base to keep fresh. Fertilise with a vine fertiliser in summer. Use on trellises, arbors, fences, posts or as a ground cover.

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CLEMATIS ENDELLION

Pretty, compact clematis adorned with large flowers with rounded pink petals and darker central bands. Perfect for small gardens and container culture.

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CLEMATIS ERNEST MARKHAM

This cultivar bears large (15 cm in diameter) purplish red flowers with white stamens, from July to October. Used on fences, trellises, arbors or pergolas. Make sure to bury the first buds, lay down a mulch at the base. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems.

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CLEMATIS FARGESIODES SUMMER SNOW

A charming, very vigorous cultivar with green foliage persisting well into early November. In summer and autumn small star-shaped, slightly scented creamy white flowers are abundantly scattered over the whole plant. A healthy, hardy plant with low requirements. Excellent for cultivating on fences, walls, pergolas, arbors, walls and big trees. It's particularly useful for covering tall fences or unsightly buildings.

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