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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 'Alionushka' (Large Plant)
Clematis integrifolia, Old Man's BeardClematis 'Alionushka' is a semi-herbacous plant with non clinging stems and a loose, sprawling habit. This free flowering variety bears an abundance of small bell-shaped, mauve-pink flowers from early summer right through to September. This superb Clematis integrifolia hybrid makes a lovely feature scrambling among borders where it can use mature shrubs for support, or let it cascade over banks and low walls. Height: 2m (6'). Spread: 1m (3') Pruning group: 3. More info
Clematis 'Arabella' (Large Plant)
Clematis integrifolia, Old Man's BeardClematis 'Arabella' bears its small, mauve-purple blooms with with creamy-yellow anthers from early summer to early autumn. Part of the integrifolia group, this scrambling variety is semi-herbaceous with non clinging stems which are ideal for romping among mature shrubs, or cascading over banks and walls. This versatile perennial has a relatively compact habit making it useful for creating vigorous, weed suppressing ground cover, or spilling from large patio pots. Height: 2m (6'). Spread: 1m (3'). Pruning group: 3. More info
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