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Climbers

CLEMATIS MACR. BLUE BIRD

Climber with light blue, semi-double flowers (8 cm in diameter). Repeating blooms in June and August. When planting, make sure to bury the first buds. We recommend to fertilise in summer. Lay down mulch at its base to keep freshness. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems. Use on fences, trellises, arbors or pergolas.

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CLEMATIS MISS BATEMAN

Nice large white flowers with red stamens making a great contrast. Can reblooms at the end of the season. When planting, make sure to bury the first buds. We recommend to fertilise in summer. Lay down mulch at its base to keep freshness. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems. Use on fences, trellises, arbors or pergolas.

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CLEMATIS MME LECOULTRE

Climber with very large white flowers and yellow stamens. Early bloomer but can be repeat at the end of season. When planting, make sure to bury the first buds. We recommend to fertilise in summer. Lay down mulch at its base to keep freshness. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems. Use on fences, trellises, arbors or pergolas.

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CLEMATIS MULTI BLUE

Free flowering compact double clematis with a spiky central tuft of narrow petals. Deep blue flowers 10-15cm from May to September. When planting, make sure to bury the first buds. We recommend to fertilise in summer. Lay down mulch at its base to keep freshness. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems. Use on fences, trellises, arbors or pergolas.

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CLEMATIS MY ANGEL

This clematis bears cute little (2cm) flowers, bunched together in clusters, red coloured with a yellow hearth. These flowers are followed by very decorative hairy fruits by the end of the summer. When planting, make sure to bury the first buds. We recommend to fertilise in summer. Lay down mulch at its base to keep freshness. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems. Use on fences, trellises, arbors or pergolas.

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CLEMATIS NELLY MOSER

The mauve-pink flowers with dark pink streaks and red stamens emerge generously in June, then at the end of the summer but more sporadically. 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 NIOBE

Climber with large intense velvety red flowers and yellow stamens (10-15cm in diameter). When planting, make sure to bury the first buds. We recommend to fertilise in summer. Lay down mulch at its base to keep freshness. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems. Use on fences, trellises, arbors or pergolas.

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CLEMATIS OOH LA LA

Small clematis, very compact and very floriferous whose magnificent blooms in shades of pink run from spring until late summer. Ideal for growing in containers. When planting, make sure to bury the first buds. We recommend to fertilize in summer. Lay down mulch at its base to keep freshness. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems.

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CLEMATIS PANICULATA

Climber with tiny white flowers, they are abundant and fragrant. The flowering is long and silver fruits are interesting until the end of the season. When planting, make sure to bury the first buds. We recommend to fertilise in summer. Lay down mulch at its base to keep freshness. In spring, wait until the growth has started then remove the dead wood and the weak stems. Use on fences, trellises, arbors or pergolas.

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CLEMATIS PIILU

Great clematis with pink, striped purple blooms. Flowers are single or double and single at fall. Flowers appear from spring to early summer and appear again later in summer. 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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