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    One of the easiest-to-grow of all clematis, these flowers open in early spring in colours ranging from pinks to red, and all have the most delicious perfume reminiscent of sweet marshmallows. This seed was collected from all of the different cultivars throughout our gardens. ... Learn More



    This remarkable, unique, and extremely rare plant from Nepal and parts of southern China, loses most of its foliage in late spring or early summer and remains dormant throughout the hottest months of the year, then in autumn it puts on lots of lush new foliage. Suddenly, large clusters of buds erupt, which open into flowers in early winter and are quite spectacular being pendulous and scented, resembling greeny-yellow bells filled with attractive, protruding red-purple stamens, which finally ripen into large, fluffy seed heads which last for several months. It is perfect for a warm, sheltered courtyard garden or cool conservatory. Very few fertile seeds available. ... Learn More



    Solid, dense clusters of sizeable, milky white, golden-eyed flowers appear on vigorous climbing stems all summer and into autumn. In autumn attractive silky seed heads appear. This rarely-seen but immensely valuable gem from China, will add value and colour by covering any boring old evergreen shrub or fence. ... Learn More



    One of the herbaceous, non-climbing clematis, this is ideal for the border with its numerous upright stems bearing countless sweetly-perfumed yellow-eyed white flowers, in loose panicles in June and July. Finally, attractive seed heads produce large orange seeds, each with a whispy tail! ... Learn More



    This rarely offered form of this spectacular border perennial has purple-bronze foliage on strong arching stems. Strongly perfumed heads of starry white flowers from May to July give this plant exceptional value. This is not a climber like its relatives but is a 'shrub-like' clematis variety, a clump-forming herbaceous perennial, which is perfect for a mixed bed or border and can be pruned down to the ground each spring. ... Learn More



    This delicate, very late flowering climber produces an endless succession of blooms from July until October, when the frost sends it to sleep again. The fragrant brown-eyed yellow flowers give an unseasonal, and unexpected, supply of delicate lemon perfume. Finally the entire plant is covered with fluffy white snowball seed heads right into late winter. ... Learn More



    This unusual and desirable, non-climbing, herbaceous species, that was introduced from the mountains of Honshu, Japan, in 1860, produces whorls of palest blue tubular flowers smelling of lily-of-the-valley, quite late in the year, from August and September onwards. The handsome coarse foliage and the intricate branching of its upper reaches add to the attraction. ... Learn More



    A vigorous, self-clinging, herbaceous perennial climber, with bright green, three-palmate leaves and rich yellow, lantern shaped flowers, with quirky, orange-peel-esque, thick petals in late summer, which are finally replaced by large, fluffy, white seed-heads through autumn and winter. ... Learn More



    This deciduous, late-flowering twining vine has shiny, deep green, leathery leaves , and profuse clusters of exuberant, fragrant white star-shaped flowers flowers. Easy to grow, it will thrive and bloom even in shade, where its flowers appear from late August to October, before maturing to attractive, plume-like seed heads. This is a naturally fast-and-easy-growing plant that requires little attention, but is more constrained in its habit than many others, sometimes making just a solid dome. ... Learn More



    A rare, beautiful and sweetly-fragrant species that is native to China and Korea. A most unusual sub-shrubby species, it nether clings nor climbs, and produces toothed leaves and tubular, hyacinth-like, perfumed blue flowers on erect stems from late summer to mid autumn. It makes a spectacular display in sun to part shade in any well-drained garden soil that is kept moist in summer. ... Learn More



    This rare and beautiful climber is very seldom seen and has fascinating, vase-shaped, reddish-purple to lavender flowers, consisting of four thick, leathery petals, which open in early summer and continue into autumn. This vigorous plant is good for covering less attractive shrubs and fences. ... Learn More



    This beautiful British native climber is attractive to birds (for seeds and shelter), bees and butterflies (nectar). It has huge trusses of fragrant, greenish-white flowers from July-August which are followed by most attractive fluffy white seed heads. It is best planted at the base of an established hedge and allowed to scramble through it. Birds such as Goldfinch and Greenfinch feed on the seed heads at Plant World but many more birds use it when they take the fluffy seed heads for nesting material, whilst Small Emerald and Chalk Carpet Moth caterpillars may feed on the foliage. ... Learn More



    Climbing up to 12 feet or more, this strong plant has sizeable fragrant blue or purple flowers which open in profusion on long, strong, swan's neck stems, from July to September, all on thin twining vines which are sparcely clad with leaves. R.H.S. 'AGM' Award Winner ... Learn More


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