CLEMATIS SEEDS

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  1. CLEMATIS ALPINA

    This lovely reliable alpina variety flowers from March to May with hundreds of nodding, white-eyed, four-sepalled blue flowers before it produces its fantastic seed heads for the rest of the season after the flowers have gone. It is a very strong growing, amazingly tough variety that can withstand Arctic temperatures and will grow in places and countries where other clematis will just not survive! ... Learn More

    $3.65

  2. CLEMATIS ALPINA 'FRANCES RIVIS'

    This superlative, vigorous, free-flowering variety, has larger flowers than the species, with pale blue nodding flowers bearing beautiful blue petals and a contrasting boss of white stamens, that open all through the spring. It is also suitable for containers. It was Awarded The 'Award of Garden Merit' by the RHS. ... Learn More

    $4.48

  3. CLEMATIS 'BABY BLUE'

    Dwarf climbing clematis are extremely rare to find, but we have located and grown on the dwarfest, most diminutive blue and mauve cultivars we can find. These plants should retain their dwarf stature, although the odd one may reach a little further skywards. But all of them should have large starry flowers in all shades of blue, the best of all colours! ... Learn More

    $6.02

  4. CLEMATIS 'BLUE ECLIPSE'

    This early-flowering deciduous variant of Clematis koreana has single, nodding, bell-shaped flowers, the outside of the sepal being deep-purple, opening out to reveal silvery cream margins. A truly stunning cultivar that deserves to be in every garden and it additionally has attractive seed heads later. With their main flowering period being in the spring with a second flush later in the summer, Clematis koreana cultivars have larger flowers than Clematis alpina, and share the ability to withstand harsh exposed positions in the garden. ... Learn More

    $4.35

  5. CLEMATIS CHIISANENSIS

    Originating in Korea, this quite new, fast-growing variety can flower in as little as three months from seed. Dense sprays of fragrant, nodding, bell-shaped yellow flowers, often tinged or spotted red, bear reddish anthers, and are followed by decorative, feathery seed heads. Few good seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  6. CLEMATIS CIRRHOSA

    Four large delicately crimped petals, in a shade of pale creamy yellow (the word cirrhosa means 'yellowish'), open in the winter, with their feathery tops surrounded by many stamens. This beautiful clematis loves to scramble up and into hedges and bushes in the Mediterranean regions from Portugal and Morocco to Asia Minor and further on to the Himalayas and because of its winter blooming in mild areas it deserves to be better known. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  7. CLEMATIS FUSCA

    This fairly vigorous Japanese climber bears from spring to early autumn intriguing urn-shaped flowers, the four fleshy petals staying almost closed, and covered on the outside with brown hairs, resembling a bunch of baby rabbits clustered together! It will quickly cover any unsightly fence or shrub or can even do well in a large pot. ... Learn More

    $5.44

  8. CLEMATIS FUSIJAMANA

    This rare and extremely beautiful Japanese species has nodding, bell-shaped, leathery-petalled, reddish-violet flowers with greenish white staminodes which produce a doubling effect. The main flowering period is May and June with further flowers appearing later until October. Very few viable seeds available. ... Learn More

    $5.44

  9. CLEMATIS HIRSUTISSIMA

    This rare plant, native to much of the western United States, from Washington to Nebraska, has hairy stems reaching up to about half a meter tall, and many hairy, fern-like leaves divided into lance-shaped lobes. The flowers are made up of urn-shaped cups of deep silvery-purple-blue petal-like sepals, which are fuzzy with pointed or rounded tips, rarely white or pinkish sepals, and finally a feathery swirl of seed pods appears, that always attracts as much attention as the flower, this fabulous plant being both unmistakeable and unbeatable. Very few viable seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $5.44

  10. CLEMATIS IANTHINA

    A seldom-seen species clematis with vigorous climbing stems carrying pendent purple or blue-purple, urn-shaped flowers with distinctive white lips. It is native to Korea and the region of the Amur River which forms the boundary between China and Russia. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  11. CLEMATIS INTEGRIFOLIA

    This gorgeous, sweetly scented, clump-forming, herbaceous, non-climbing clematis bears very attractive, indigo-blue nodding flowers with recurving tepals. An exceptionally lovely species, it was introduced from southern Europe in 1573 and has always been one of the staple cottage garden plants. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  12. CLEMATIS LADAKHIANA

    A close relative of Clematis tangutica, this relatively new and quite rare flower differs as its sepals are considerably more greenish-yellow rather than lemon-yellow, and are densely pubescent inside and glabrous outside rather than the other way round as with C. tangutica! ... Learn More

    $3.78

  13. CLEMATIS MACROPETALA

    This vigorous deciduous climber has attractive divided toothed leaves and large, solitary, nodding violet-blue flowers with four (and occasionally more) lance-shaped petals and many smaller, blue or cream petal-like stamens in the centre, so appearing semi-double in mid and late spring. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  14. CLEMATIS MANDSCHURICA

    Masses of small white, star-shaped flowers open with a sweet perfume that some people liken to aniseed. Plant this gem in a sunny position to enhance and savour the scent. This quite rare and herbaceous species, closely related to C. recta, is non-clinging for the first metre or so, but then the leaf stalks begin grasping for nearby support. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  15. CLEMATIS MARMORARIA

    White, male or female flowers, are borne on separate plants, and are flushed with green, especially in bud, and open in panicle like clusters on crowded, leathery, parsley-like, dark green foliage which can be totally covered when in full bloom. This low, tufted, dwarf, evergreen shrub only grows to a few inches high, but can eventually spread, sometimes by underground stolons, to 2 feet across. It was only discovered in 1973 in New Zealand South Island, but has rapidly gained favour amongst alpine enthusiasts as it is a superb little plant for the alpine house, although it will succeed outdoors on a raised bed or scree and is readily raised from seed. ... Learn More

    $6.40

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