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Clematis alpina. Strong growing, amazingly tough varieties that can withstand temperatures down to -40, they grow in areas/places and countries that other clematis just cannot. They naturally grow up in the mountains hence the fact that they never need pruning ( or any looking after for that fact ) they thrive on neglect! The alpina varieties flower from March to Mid May with hundreds of nodding flowers ( mainly 4 sepals, but some can have more, varying in length ) then they have fantastic seed heads for the rest of the season, that creates interest for some time after the flowers have gone. Clematis alpina  can be grown in any aspect and can also be grown in tubs/pots or planters if you wish ( so very versitile )

Clematis - Alpina

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Taylors Clematis: alpina Blue Dancer

 Any Aspect
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 April to May
 Shade Loving
£10.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina Constance

 Any Aspect
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 Shade Loving
 April to May
£10.00
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Taylors Clematis:  Diamond Anniversary

 Any Aspect
 March and April
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
£13.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina Frances Rivis

 Shade Loving
 Any Aspect
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 April to May
£11.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina Frankie

 Shade Loving
 Any Aspect
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 April to May
£11.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina Helsingborg

 Shade Loving
 Any Aspect
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 April to May
£10.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina Pamela Jackman

 Any Aspect
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 March and April
 Shade Loving
£11.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina Pink Flamingo

 Any Aspect
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 April to May
 Shade Loving
£11.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina Ruby

 Any Aspect
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 March and April
 Shade Loving
£11.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina Stolwijk Gold

 Sun or Part Shade
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 April and May
£15.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina White Columbine

 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 April and May
 Any Aspect
£11.00
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Taylors Clematis: alpina Willy

 Any Aspect
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 March and April
 Shade Loving
£11.00
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- Helen

Hi, I have a trellis, east-west facing with some shade which is approximately 2m x 2m. Our soil is sandy, but we're always adding our compost to it! I'd like to grow 2-3 clematis on it which flower at different periods. For springtime, I have looked at cartmanii, but it doesn't cling. Is that the case for all cartmanii? Possibly Francis Rivis, Frankie, Helsingborg, Jacqueline du Pre or Macropetala Lagoon. Would you be able to advise which one of those might be best please? (if you supply it) Thank you, Helen

Hi Helen, yes the cartmanii types don't climb really (they don't produce tendrils)
all the other alipna types and macropetala types do tho (no matter which ones you mention - they all climb and would be fine)
so you can look thru those 2 species for a couple of early flowerers.
Then if you look at the category 'clematis by flowering time' which I have put a link to below, you can choose the months that you would like the others to flower in and then you can sub-filter by colour and height and aspect.
regarding aspect its always a safe bet to go for 'any aspect' as you cant go wrong then (no matter how much sun or shade that spot gets)
again I have included a link below to start you off on that search too
hope this helps, thanks chris

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