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CLEMATIS BIJOU

Showy mauve blooms faintly striped in dark pink reach 9cm across. Their ruffled petal edges coming to a neat point for a starry effect. A lovely color and a respectable size, these flowers would be quite usual for a Clematis . . . except that Bijou is only 30cm high! Perfect when mixed with shrubs, perennials or annuals. Can even be grown in a pot or hanging baskets.

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CLEMATIS BONANZA

Purple-blue flowers ( 5 to 8 cm in diameter) from June to September. Hardy and vigorous plant. When planting, make sure to bury up the first buds. In spring, dead and weak shoots should be removed and the remaining shoots cut back few inches above a couple of well-developed buds. Amend every year with a clematis or vine fertiliser. Lay down mulch during season. Use on trellises, arbors, fences, posts or as a ground cover.

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CLEMATIS CARNABY ROSE

Pink with white margin blooms, 20cm wide; good prolific flowerer all season; it blooms both on old and new wood so trim only if necessary after flowering. In full sun exposure, blooms tend to fade. When planting, make sure to bury up the first buds. In spring, dead and weak shoots should be removed and the remaining shoots cut back few inches above a couple of well-developed buds. Amend every year with a clematis or vine fertiliser. Lay down mulch during season. Use on trellises, arbors, fences, posts or as a ground cover.

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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 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 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 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 ETOILE VIOLETTE

Produce a mass of large stary deep violet flowers, with a bunch of brillant yellow stamens in the center. Flowers in abundance from July to August. Trim in spring. When planting, make sure to bury first buds. Lay down mulch at the base to keep fresh. Fertilise with a vine fertiliser. Use on trellises, arbors, fences, posts or as a ground cover.

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CLEMATIS FLEURI

This very prolific flowerer bears large flowers of 10 to 15cm in diameter, violet with cherry red bars. 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 GENERAL SIKORSKI

Get covered with large nice medium blue flowers, shade with violet in center. Blooms on last year's wood so prune only after flowering, if needed. When planting, make sure to bury the first buds. Lay down a mulch at the base to keep it fresh. Use on trellises, arbors, fences, posts or as a ground cover.

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