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!
The variegated green-and-white foliage, topped with dark pink-red flowers, makes this vine distinct and charmingly different! The 7.5 cm blossoms have an unusual shape, with four tepals, cream-hued stamens and reddish tipped anthers. Colors fade beguilingly as the flower matures. Of course being a viticella this can take the sun and heat. Inventor: Barry Fretwell,
Oh! the color of Eyers Gift!! is an unusual mid-blue deepening purple towards the center, then cream stamens with purple- tipped anthers! The large and overwhelmingly abundant flowers on this vine is a standout! The flowers have six or seven elliptically shaped tepals, with pointed tips and wavy margins. The many admirers of large clematis
Barry has created breathtaking flowers here, no wonder Patricia Ann is so popular! The light pink with a darker pink-red bar and creamy-white stamens – the first double-blooming clematis with this coloration. A very special addition to the clematis family, the plant’s double flowers are on the old wood from May through June. Larger single