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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Clematis, Viola Clematis)

The vibrant flowers of Viola™ are deep violet-purple with a prominent contrasting flourish of yellow-green stamens in the center. The vine is compact, heavy-blooming and exceptionally hardy.

Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The compact vine is lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The colorful flowers appear from late summer to fall and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.

Plant this vine in sites with full...

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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Clematis, Climador Clematis)

The spectacular flowers of Climador™ are powdery mauve-purple with a prominent contrasting flourish of bi-colored, light stamens in the center. The vine is compact, heavy-blooming and exceptionally hardy.

Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The compact vine is lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The colorful flowers appear from late summer to fall and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.

Plant this vine in...

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Jesse Saylor

(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...

(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...

(Korean Clematis)

Leaves with toothed edges visually compliment the many small, nodding yellow flower buds and blossoms of Clematis serratifolia. Native to gravelly soils and slopes of far eastern Siberia, northern Japan and Korea, this woody vine blooms in late summer.

The three leaflets that make up each leaf are lance-shaped, rich green in color, and lines with jagged teeth. In mid- to late summer, many small, nodded and round yellow flower buds appear on slender stems above the foliage. Each opens...

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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Golden Tiara Korean Clematis, Golden Tiara® Clematis)

An award-winner in both North America and Europe, clematis ‘Kugotia’ (usually sold under the name Golden Tiara®) displays multitudes of golden yellow blooms in summer. It is a selection of a species native to gravelly soils and slopes of far eastern Siberia, northern Japan and Korea, and is notable for its vigor and heavy-flowering habit.

The rich green leaves of this woody vine are composed of three smaller, lance-shaped leaflets with broadly toothed edges. Beginning in midsummer, many starry,...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Lily-of-the-Valley, Striped Lily-of-the-Valley)

The delicate ivory blooms of lily-of-the-valley are unsurpassed when it comes to sweet, springtime fragrance. This deciduous, low-growing groundcover originates from temperate Europe and Asia. In mid-spring, the striped lily-of-the-valley produces broad, lance-shaped lime-green leaves with striking lengthwise gold pin-stripes. Shortly afterward small stems lined with small, drooping, bell-shaped flowers appear. The ivory blooms of 'Albostriata' are exquisitely scented. After flowering poisonous,...

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Courtenay Vanderbilt

(Cordyline)

The genus Cordyline is made up of about 20 species of lance-leaved shrubby perennials. All are grown for their attractive and colorful foliage and most are native to southeastern Asia, Australia and the Pacific Islands. One species calls South America home.

These tropical plants generally have an upright, tree-like form. The stems are thin, usually un-branched and woody. The long leaves may be sword or lance-shaped and are clustered in rosettes at the ends of upright semi-woody stems....

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Black Magic Cordyline, Cordyline)

The genus Cordyline is made up of about 20 species of lance-leaved shrubby perennials. All are grown for their attractive and colorful foliage and most are native to southeastern Asia, Australia and the Pacific Islands. One species calls South America home.

These tropical plants generally have an upright, tree-like form. The stems are thin, usually un-branched and woody. The long leaves may be sword or lance-shaped and are clustered in rosettes at the ends of upright semi-woody stems....

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Anthony Tesselaar, USA

(Cordyline, Festival Grass Cordyline)

This fabulous purple grass-like perennial is all the rage with modern designers. Great form and intense color mean it gets well noticed in any setting. The genus of sword leaf plants (Cordyline) is indigenous to Australia and New Zealand where this and many more of the contemporary hybrids have originated. They are quite similar to the Phormium, offer a more relaxed form and shorter stature. Over time, the original rosette of a plant will branch at the base increasing its overall...