- ‘Pink Fantasy’;
- ‘Sylvia Denny’;
- ‘Souvenir du Capitaine Thuilleaux’ ;
- ‘Warszawska Nike’;
- ‘Veronica’s Choice’;
- Botanical clematis;
- Clematis Alpine ‘Betina’;
- Clematis large ‘Jan Lindmark’;
- Clematis large ‘Cecile’;
- Clematis large ‘Lagoon’;
- Clematis large ‘Maidwall Hall’;
- Clematis large ‘Markham’s Pink’;
- Clematis large ‘Rosy O. Grady’;
- Clematis purple ‘Purpurea Plena Elegans’;
- Clematis recta, Clematis erecta;
The first meeting with a well-grown clematis is simply stunning: in front of you is a green wall, completely covered with flowers-stars. On one plant at the same time can bloom up to 500 flowers at the same time!
The grade of the Estonian selection. The flowers are pink-purple, 10-12 cm in diameter, with a dark pink stripe in the center of the petal. Flowering is long, from June to September. Liana up to 1.5 meters long, compact Bush. Excellent grade for containers on terraces and balconies.
The flowers are light pink, stamens brownish-purple. Flower diameter 10-15 cm, 6 sepals. Flowering is long, from June to September. Length 1.7-2.5 m. Suitable for growing in containers.
The Patens Group. Shrubby vine 2-3 m. the shrub 7-10 shoots. The buds are directed upwards. Flowers open, 14-18 cm in diameter, on long peduncles. Sepals 6-8, pointed-oblong-elliptic with curved up edges, thick purple-purple with a lighter stripe in the middle, slightly fade. Blooms profusely in may-June on the shoots of last year and in July-August (before the cold weather) — on the shoots of this year. Recommended for group and single plantings, landscaping balconies, loggias and winter forcing.
Florida Group. Length of shoots 2.5-3 m. Terry Flowers on last year’s shoots, diameter 10 – 15 cm, up to 100 sepals, mauve. Anthers are creamy yellow. The flowers are wavy, the inner side is pale purple, the outer is darker. Flowering begins in June, a little later — on the shoots of the current year, lasts until September. Shoots with a length of 2-2,5 m. Resistant to fungal diseases.
Liana up to 2-3 meters long. The flowers are pink with a red stripe, open, large, stamens yellow-brown. Sepals 4-6. Flowering long, abundant, from may to June on the shoots of last year and from July to frost on the shoots of this year. Can be planted near natural supports: trees, large deciduous and coniferous shrubs.
Liana up to 3 meters long. The flowers are white, semi-double, up to 10-12 cm in diameter. Flowering may–June and September to frost. It is recommended to grow on the South and West side. Can be planted near natural supports: trees, large deciduous and coniferous shrubs. The flowers contrast perfectly with the dark background of the foliage.
‘Souvenir du Capitaine Thuilleaux’
Flowering abundant, from may to June, repeated in August. Creamy pink petals with strawberry-pink stripe in the center. Preferably planted in partial shade. Liana up to 3 meters. Grows well in containers, balconies.
Flowers with a diameter of 12-14 cm, Terry, lavender-blue. Any, but the sun should be avoided. Height 1,8-2,5 m. winter Hardiness is good. Suitable for growing in containers. Blossoms in may-June on last year’s shoots and in August-September on shoots of the current year.
Variety bred in Poland. Liana up to 2-3 meters long. Flowers open, purple with Golden stamens, up to 10 cm in diameter. Sepals 4-6 PCs. Long flowering from June to September.
Flowers lilac-white, double, large — up to 18 cm in diameter. Liana up to 3 m. abundant Flowering, the first flowering shoots last year (June-July), repeated shoots this year in August.
Variety of Polish selection. The flowers are red, 10-12 cm in diameter. Flowering abundant from June to August. Liana up to 2-3 meters long.
Different unpretentiousness, abundant and long flowering, widely used in landscape design.
Clematis Alpine ‘Betina’
Compact Liana, 1,8-2,4 m. Flowers are small, in the form of a bell, violet-beet, consist of four wide sepals, 3.2 cm long. Have an inner skirt of purple-tea color. Blooms from early spring to summer. Ideal for growing in containers.
Clematis large ‘Jan Lindmark’
Moderately growing, compact vine, 2-2,5 m. Flowers are purplish lavender-pink. They consist of 4 petals, each on a dark strip, 3.5 cm long. Inside the open sepals in the form of a skirt of the same color, curved, which betrays negligence around the flower. Blooms in spring. Ideal for container growing.
Clematis large ‘Cecile’
Liana 2.5 m long blue Flowers, semi-double. Flower diameter 7 cm Blooms in April-may. In summer and autumn the plant is decorated with fluffy nozzles. Does not like dry and acidic soils. The plant is frost-resistant. Does not need pruning.
Clematis large ‘Lagoon’
Moderately growing vine, length 2-3 m. Flowers drooping, bell-shaped, dark blue. Consist of four somewhat elongated sepals with a length of 5-6 cm, with an inner next to such “petals”. They, in turn, surround a group of creamy white petals with stamens. Blooms in spring. Ideal for small gardens. Suitable for vertical gardening or in combination with small trees.
Clematis large ‘Maidwall Hall’
Compact vine, 2-2.5 m. double Flowers, drooping, bell-shaped, pale blue. Blooms from early spring to mid-summer. Perfect for planting in a container.
Clematis large ‘Markham’s Pink’
Flowers thick Terry, compact, 5-7 cm in diameter Blooms in may. Place any. Height 1.8-2.5 m. winter Hardiness is very good. Little suited for growing in containers.
Clematis large ‘Rosy O. Grady’
Flowers 5-8 cm in diameter, Terry. Blooms in may-June, often repeated flowering in August. Place any, even shady and dry. Height 2.5 m. winter Hardiness is very good. Not well suited for growing in containers
Clematis purple ‘Purpurea Plena Elegans’
The Viticella Group. Shrub vine length 2.5-3 (4) m with strong shoots. In the Bush 10 shoots. Leaves are complex, with 7 (5) whole or lobed leaves. Buds drooping (look in side). Flowers Terry, bloom gradually, 5-9 cm in diameter. Sepals a lot, they are smoky-purple (red-purple), after flowering does not fall off. No stamens or pistils. Profusely and long blooms in the summer (September) on the shoots of the current year. On the shoot is placed up to 100 flowers..
Clematis recta, Clematis erecta
Homeland – Caucasus, southern and Central Europe. Erect herbaceous perennial with straight (not twisting) petioles, up to 1.5 m flowers open, up to 3 cm in diameter, with a smell, sometimes unpleasant, collected in multi-flowered paniculate inflorescences. Sepals 4 (rarely 5), white color; anthers yellow. Leaves are compound, composed of 5-7 leaflets. Blooms in late may – July. Ties a lot of seeds. Universally recommended for landscaping low objects, creating borders, for group plantings, rock gardens, and flower beds. To do this, use both the species and its forms – purple, angustifolia, etc. Interestingly, the young sprouts of this species are used in food, they taste like asparagus.