Wavy edges and pointed tips show off a rich deep violet – blue color with a starburst of contrasting maroon anther tips! Early season blooms can be double and later single blooms. A favorite of clematis propagator Roseville Farms. An excellent garden or container clematis, this continuously flowering vine can produce up between 50 to
Blue Climador has the most attractive violet-blue flowers with a splash of anthers that are white with merlot tips darkening with maturity. Clematis Blue Climador produces about 20 flowers at a time that are 5 inches in diameter with 6 to 8 tepal’s each. All so nicely presented on a very compact patio style clematis!
Unusual mid-blue colouring that turns to deep purple towards the centre – and cream stamens with purple- tipped anthers – make the large and overwhelmingly abundant flowers on this vine a standout. The flowers have six or seven elliptically shaped tepals, with pointed tips and wavy margins. The many admirers of large clematis blossoms appreciate
This Blue Light will shine in your garden or patio year after year! The large double, light violet blue, blooms are exceptionally free flowering, displaying many flowers on the vine. Tested extensively in container and the garden at Pride of Place Plants Inc., Clematis Blue Light re-blooms, coldy hardy, esceptionally easy clematis to grow. Inventor:
Golden Tiara®, the perfect name for this exquisite clematis – a great improvement over Clematis Golden Harvest offering an absolutely fabulous, much smaller plant with richer colors. Golden Tiara’s profuse, darker buttercup yellow blossoms hold their heads up more and have a sweet fragrance when young. Dark black-purple stamens serve as a lovely accent. The