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Clematis - Displayed by Common Name in Ascending Order

 

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Common Name
Botanical Name
Cultivar
Description
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Container Size
Clematis (large flower) Clematis
1. Asao
A compact, free flowering Clematis producing 4"-5" deep pink flowers with a white center bar and having attractive bronze foliage in late spring. Ideal for... 12B-South Click to display 4"-5" May-Sept 6'-8' 2 4-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
2. Bee's Jubilee
Delicate pink flowers with deep red bar down the middle of each petal with yellow anthers. Does not fade in the sun. 12B-South Click to display 7"-8" May-June; Aug 10'-14' 2 3-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
3. Cardinal Wyszynski
A magnificent, very free flowering Polish introduction with large 6-8? glowing crimson flowers, each highlighted by a central cluster of dark anthers. A very vigorous... 12B-South Click to display 6"-8" July-Sept 9'-12' 3 4-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
4. Comtesse de Bouchaud
A popular and classical free flowering Clematis producing masses of large bright mauve-pink rounded flowers with cream anthers. 12B-South Click to display 4"-6" June-Sept 8'-10' 3 4-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
5. Copernicus
This flowering vine produces lovely medium sized blue flowers, usually semi-double. A light-colored bar extends down the center of each petal. Flowers appear from the... 12B-South Click to display 3"-4" June-Aug 6'-7' 2 4-8 10" Green w/ Trellis
6. Duchess of Edinburgh
Duchess of Edinburgh graces its vine with fine lovely double white petals. The sparkling white blossoms open in May and June, then reappear in September.... 12B-South Click to display 4"-6" May-June;Aug 8'-12' 2 4-10 10" Green w/ Trellis
7. Earthquake
This showy introduction from master Polish hybridizer Szczepan Marczynski produces a flurry of very large 5-7”, vibrant pink flowers with white bars which form a... 12B-South Click to display 5"-7" July-Sept 6'-9' 3 4-8 10" Green w/ Trellis
8. General Sikorski
A large-flowered variety, 6"-8" in diameter. Dark lavender flowers with huge petals and prominent, creamy-yellow stamens. Blooms from May-June and again in Sept. Extremely floriferous... 12B-South Click to display 6"-7" June; Sept 8'-12' 2 4-11 10" Green w/ Trellis
9. H.F. Young
A free flowering cultivar. Single or Semi-Double. Blue flowers are profusely born through May - June. During Summer it is repeat flowering and excellent for... 12B-South Click to display 5"-7" May-Sept 6'-8' 2 4-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
10. Jackmanii Superba
‘Jackmanii Superba’ has large rich dark purple flowers clothe this popular and reliable late-flowering clematis. The abundant blooms appear from mid-to-late Summer and look fantastic... 12B-South Click to display 5"-6" July-Sept 10'-12' 3 4-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
11. Multi Blue
Very double dark blue to purple 4-5" flowers. Blooms late spring/early summer and again late summer on to fall, but always double flowers. One of... 12B-South Click to display 4"-5" June; July; Sept 7'-8' 2 n/a 10" Green w/ Trellis
12. Piilu ("Little Duckling")
Often touted as the most heavily blooming Clematis, you are sure to be impressed by ‘Piilu’s’ shower of blossoms from late spring through early fall.... 12B-South Click to display 4"-5" May-Sept 48"-6' 2 4-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
13. Ramona
A spectacular clematis that twines 10’ to 12’ skyward, and covers itself in large 6" to 8" blossoms of a light French blue, accented by... 12B-South Click to display 6"-8" July-Sept 6'-8' 2 4-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
14. Rosamunde
The two tone color of this flowering vine will definitely capture your attention when it blooms in summer! Single, salmon pink flowers have a deep... 12B-South Click to display n/a null 5'-6' 2 4-8 10" Green w/ Trellis
15. Rouge Cardinal
A large-flowered variety, 4"-6" in diameter. Glowing crimson-red flowers with blunt tipped, recurving sepals and contrasting cream-colored anthers. Blooms from July-Oct. Combine with purples and... 12B-South Click to display 5"-7" June-Aug 10'-12' 3 4-11 10" Green w/ Trellis
16. The President
A large-flowered variety, 6"-8" in diameter. Deep violet-blue flowers with prominent dark reddish-purple anthers. Continuous bloomer and does not fade in the sun. Blooms from... 12B-South Click to display 7"-8" June-Sept 8'-12' 2 3-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
17. Wildfire
This stunning early large-flowered Clematis produces huge 6-8”, saturated violet purple flowers with a reddish purple bar. The newest flowers are more of a... 12B-South Click to display 6"-8" June-Sept 8'-10' 2 4-8 10" Green w/ Trellis
Clematis viticella 
18. Venosa Violacea
4-5" flowers of white background with purple veins throughout, turning all purple on the edges. Very distinctive variety that we are sure will become a... 12B-South Click to display 4"-5" July-Sept 8'-9' 3 4-11 10" Green w/ Trellis
Clematis (small flower) Clematis
19. Arabella
Beautiful, color-changing blooms provide a parade of summer color. Single flowers with slightly upturned sepal edges open to violet-blue, then develop mauve-colored centers and fade... 12B-South Click to display 2"-3" June-Sept 36"-6' 3 4-11 10" Green w/ Trellis
20. Stand By Me
A new look in Clematis! This non-vining Clematis is completely herbaceous, meaning that it dies back to the ground at the end of the growing... 12B-South Click to display 1" May-June 34"-38" n/a 3-7 10" Green w/ Trellis
Clematis viticella
21. Pink Mink®
Easy to grow and lots of flowers, that's the hallmark of Szczepan Marczynski's breeding.

Pink Mink™ hits the mark head on with an abundance of bright...

12B-South Click to display 2"-3" June-Sept 9'-10' 3 4-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
Clematis (Sweet Autumn - small flower) Clematis paniculata 
22. Sweet Autumn Vine
Sweet Autumn Clematis is the famous vine for a great arbor-covering cloud of small white flowers in summer and fall.Very vigorous grower with clusters of... 12B-South Click to display 0.5"-1" Aug-Sept 10'-20' 3 4-11 10" Green w/ Trellis
23. Sweet Summer Love
Wouldn't it be great if Sweet Autumn clematis flowered sooner and longer and came in other colors? Now it does! 'Sweet Summer Love' gives you... 12B-South Click to display 2" July-Sept 10'-15' n/a 4-9 10" Green w/ Trellis
Silver Lace Vine Polygonum aubertii
24. Silver Lace Vine
Extremely fast-growing vine with profuse, fragrant, white flowers in late summer-fall. Great fence and wall cover. Grows 20' or more in a single season. 12B-South Click to display 5" Aug-Sept 20'-30' 11 4 10" Green w/ Trellis
Common Name
Botanical Name
Cultivar
Description
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Flower Color Foliage Color Annual/ Perennial Exposure Flower Size Flowering Months Height Pruning Group
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Hardiness Zone
(See Map)
Container Size

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PRUNING TECHNIQUES BY GROUP
  1. This group of clematis produce their flowers directly from old stems and, therefore, pruning must not be done until right after all flowering has been completed. Prune this group by removing all dead and weak stems immediately after flowering. Large established plants over 15 feet are normally not pruned, especially if they are growing in trees. All stems at this time should be tied into position on their trellis or other host. Also, if the Clematis has outgrown their space the correct and only time to prune to size is right after flowering is done. After pruning new growth will begin, this being the stems for next year's flowers.
  2. In this group all first flowering comes from last season's ripened stems. In early Spring watch for swelling leaf buds beginning to show. Cut all dead material off above these swelling buds. Be sure all growth is tied to trellis, etc. at this time. Do not tie too tightly, so growth can begin and not hampered by tying too tight or cracking these stems.
  3. This group blooms later and from new growth. This group should be pruned in February or March as new leaf buds begin to show low on the plant. All dead material above these buds should be removed at this time. Clean out any old foliage or foliage with mildew at this time also.
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