(Clematis, Early Large-flowered Clematis, Warszawska Nike Clematis)
The large, single, blooms of ‘Warszawska Nike’ are deep plum-red with a red band down the center of each petal/tepal. This vigorous, late-flowering clematis was bred by Stefan Franczak of Poland.
Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The vines are lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The large flowers appear from summer to fall and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.
Clematis grows best in sites with full sun and...
(Clematis, Will Barron Clematis)
The large single flowers of ‘Will Barron’ are soft pale lavender blue and have a flourish of creamy yellow stamens in the center of each. This pretty early to mid-season bloomer was bred in Canada and first became available in the late 1970s.
Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The vines are lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The large flowers appear from late spring to summer and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.
(Clematis, Early Large-flowered Clematis, Will Goodwin Clematis)
Will Goodwin clematis is a vine that has very large, soft lilac flowers that bloom from late spring to midsummer. The flowers are wavy-edged and profuse across the plant. In late summer buds from the current season's growth often open well before frost.
Clematis prefers a position with at least five to six hours of sun per day and fertile, well-drained soil. Shade the rootzone with mulch. In early spring, remove any dead or damaged vines and prune to retain plant height back to an area of strong,...
(Atragene Clematis, Clematis, Willy Clematis)
The delicate, nodding flowers of ‘Willy’ are soft pale pink with a central cup of ivory green staminodes in the center of each. This pretty early bloomer is an alpina hybrid that was bred in Holland by Pieter Zwijnenburg.
Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The vines are lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The small flowers appear from spring to summer and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.
Clematis grows best...
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(Clematis, Kivistik Series Clematis)
The many diverse Clematis in this collection are all vining, compact, heavy-blooming and many flower on the current season’s growth. They are also hardier than most.
Hybrid clematis are hardy deciduous woody vines that climb by twining stems. The stems are lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The colorful flowers usually appear in spring, summer or fall and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.
Plant them in sites with full sun and fertile, well-drained...
(Addison Brown's Clematis, Addison's Leather Flower, Clematis)
Although a rare American wildflower, Addison's leather flower adapts well to garden culture and proves to be easy to grow. Its crowning glory are the lavender-purple and creamy white flowers that occur in spring's warmth. This herbaceous perennial is native only to four counties in west-central Virginia, in the dry woodlands on non-acidic soils.
The plant forms a clump with multiple erect to sprawling stems. In some cases the stems twine around nearby plants to reach upward to the light. In mid-spring...
(Evergreen Chinese Clematis)
Introduced to Western gardens from China in the late 19th century, this often shrubby deciduous vine is best known by the form commonly sold as C. spooneri. In late spring, C. chrysocoma produces masses of fragrant, four-"petaled" flowers that are white to light pink with yellow anthers. They recur intermittently through summer. The stems and three-parted leaves are covered with yellow down. Attractive feathery seedheads follow the flowers. The form sold as C. spooneri is a strongly climbing plant...
James H. Schutte
An early-blooming clematis from China and the Himalayas, this large, vigorous, woody vine bears masses of elegant flowers from mid to late spring. The long-stemmed, white or pink, often fragrant blooms have four segments and a central starburst of pale yellow stamens. Attractive plumed fruits follow the flowers. The three-parted, dark green, deciduous leaves have clasping stalks which enable the vine to cling to supports. This long-lived plant is capable of reaching mammoth proportions over time,...
Just like blooming Virginia bluebells, curlyheads are a sign of spring's return. The nodding, urn- to bell-shaped flowers are the "curlyheads" of fame, but the ensuing seed head is an ornamental spectacle. This clump-forming herbaceous perennial is a rare native of the dry woodlands from southern New Jersey to northern Georgia. It often pops up over limestone rocks in sunny woodland openings.
The stems grow erect or partially flop; this is not a vining clematis species whatsoever. The hairy stems...