Flamenco Dancer, aptly named, this gorgeous double clematis dances to a flush of various colors of red, purple and mauve in abundance on her vine. Flamenco Dancer’s flowers: Accented by thick mauve to cream filaments, red anthers. Double flowers in Spring /double flowers for Summer/Fall. Buds & blooms in container for peak Spring retail sales!
Fuchsia Flash is New to the consumer and growers, luckily! the stunning large hot cerise pink blooms are on a compact clematis vine. We are excited and honored to offer this clematis, it is like no other pink in the market! “Fuchsia Flash” uspp#26879 is a large flowering variety and a very heavy bloomer growing
New Clematis from Germany, here is a beautiful deep plum purple colored compact clematis, it will be a nice addition to the Climador Collection of three: the already very popular Blue Climador , and light Pink Climador. Clematis Purple Climador boasts loads of large flowers on a very compact clematis vine, very suitable for the
Chloe™ is a New concept in clematis! Clematis Chloe ™ is a heavy flowering compact blooming machine! The prolific vivid violet colored, bell shaped flowers are accented by white to violet filaments tipped with yellow anthers. With an early season start an advantage to growers and retailers, this little round beauty could be used in
Pacific Cup aptly named as it shows a very distinctively cup shaped flower with unique rounded heart shaped leaves that are a leathery shiny and veined texture. The variations of violet colors and bar, are shown with a cluster of white to yellow stamens. Flowers have a sweet scent! A bonus, showy seed heads that
New ! The sunny sky blue color of Manfred Westphal’s New Clematis breeding ‘Blue Jeanne’ is like no other! Not all blues are the same, this one is exceptional. Very rich free-flowering and non-stop blooming from May to September is more than one could ask for, but bring it back every year, that is the
Suzy Mac’s stunning deep purple flower tepals are overlapping with wavy margins, showing as many as 15-18 flowers per vine! The large purple flowers are accented by a faint red-purple bar and anthers purple-red with whitish pollen, in addition a lovely cowslip fragrance! The fruit heads are persistent adding a special uniqueness. Blossoms appear on
Clematis Ibi (named after a river in Japan) has stunning flowers of rich white with a lilac hue on rounded tepals set apart by outstanding reddish purple anthers. Blooming continuously and very prolifically from late spring to late summer. Excellent for container growing , with its compact growth habit, fitting nicely into today’s current smaller
Delicate colors of cream with a pretty raspberry mauve bar that blend into the veins. A starburst of cream -colored stamens tipped with violet purple anthers accents this large clematis flower. Maria Therese is very suitable for the container displays on today’s patios but equally as nice for the garden. Inventor: Peer Sorensen, New Zealand
A distinct feathery pointed tips and a translucent quality sets Phyllis’s flowers apart from others. Showing off layers of 20 to 50 tepals of pink with a darker raspberry pink bar and curly creamy-yellow stamens. Having this gorgeous unique clematis in the garden or container will be envied. The breeder has really accomplished something special!