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Clematis plants, commonly known as 'Old Man's Beard', have a multitude of uses in the garden. Large flowered clematis will quickly transform walls and fences during the summer. Grow evergreen clematis and winter flowering clematis varieties for colour and interest during the darkest months, or hide ugly outbuildings with the vigorous growth of Clematis montana. You can even find dwarf clematis for smaller gardens or trailing from patio pots.
Clematis 'Tie Dye'
Old Man's BeardThis chance seedling of Clematis ‘Jackmanii’ has an eye catching, hand painted appearance to each and every bloom. Clematis ‘Tie Dye’ is a vigorous cultivar that flowers prolifically from June to September. There’s no need for fiddly pruning either - simply cut all the stems to just above ground level in spring. The perfect low maintenance climber for brightening up walls and fences. Height: 400cm (13’). Spread: 120cm (4').Pruning group: 3.
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Old Man's Beard
A lovely 'dinner plate' clematis with blooms up to 20cm (8in) across, offering two summer flushes of colour. Flowers first appear in May/June and again in August/September. Ideal for fences, trellis, arbours and other supports in garden soil or in containers. The light foliage and vibrant flowers look great against a dark background.More info
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