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Taylors Clematis: florida Taiga

 Sun or Part Shade
 June to September
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
£16.00
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Taylors Clematis:  Veronicas Choice

 Sun or Part Shade
 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 May, June and September
£11.00
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Taylors Clematis: florida Viennetta

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 6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)
 June to October
£15.00
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Taylors Clematis:  Vyvyan Pennell

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 8 - 10ft (2.5 - 3m)
 May, June and September
£12.00
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DOUBLE Clematis

This question was asked by
- Margaret

I used to grow a lot of clematis when I lived in Essex. Now living in Grantown-on-Spey Scottish Highlands, so a different type of gardening !! I love double flowering clematis, but our season is short (end of May til mid Sept). Any suggestions? I've got lots of space (third of an acre), some sheltered spots as well. I also want to grow the new "Elodi" in hanging baskets. Will it last from year to year? Thanks for your time. Margaret

Hi Margaret, yes we have lots of double clematis that start flowering in may and finish at the end of june/july time, then come again late august September time for another flush. Any of these will be fine for you as all ours are 2 years old and fully hardy when they come out to you.
there are also some double forms of viticella that you can look at that don't actually start flowering until july (if you wish) like 'rosalyn' and mary rose etc
please see link to about 4 full pages of doubles below, you can sub filter by colour and flowering period if you wish
hope this helps
we hope to have another batch of elodi ready in a month or so

DOUBLE Clematis


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Recommendation please

This question was asked by
- Hayley

Hello I'm looking for recommendations for 2 clematis to climb the side of my house. This is a substantial white painted wall with some trellis. The wall is south facing, very warm and sunny. The clematis will need the be potted in large pots as the ground soil there isn't great (house foundations). The flashier the better as far as looks go! The house is large and very tall. Plenty of growing room. Any recommendations would be fantastic. Thankyou for your time. Hayley

Hi Haley, just a couple of pointers for you.
The maximum height of plant when growing from a pot is about 10feet (maybe rising to 12 feet). But this will of course depend on how high the trellis goes as they wont 'stick' to the wall you see.

then what time of year do you want flower and what colours ?

when you say 'Flashy' do you mean double ( please see my link below) or do you mean an abundance of smaller flowers ( a bit like a 'blanket' of flower?)
in any case see the link to our viticella types as these are the top end height wise for a pot and flower in the summer- late summer - there are about 4 pages of them so lots to look at. Then take a look at the doubles as these are quite 'showy'
Hope this helps

DOUBLE Clematis

Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy

DOUBLE Clematis

This question was asked by
- Margaret

I used to grow a lot of clematis when I lived in Essex. Now living in Grantown-on-Spey Scottish Highlands, so a different type of gardening !! I love double flowering clematis, but our season is short (end of May til mid Sept). Any suggestions? I've got lots of space (third of an acre), some sheltered spots as well. I also want to grow the new "Elodi" in hanging baskets. Will it last from year to year? Thanks for your time. Margaret

Hi Margaret, yes we have lots of double clematis that start flowering in may and finish at the end of june/july time, then come again late august September time for another flush. Any of these will be fine for you as all ours are 2 years old and fully hardy when they come out to you.
there are also some double forms of viticella that you can look at that don't actually start flowering until july (if you wish) like 'rosalyn' and mary rose etc
please see link to about 4 full pages of doubles below, you can sub filter by colour and flowering period if you wish
hope this helps
we hope to have another batch of elodi ready in a month or so

DOUBLE Clematis


Chris and Suzy

Clematis Recommendation please

This question was asked by
- Hayley

Hello I'm looking for recommendations for 2 clematis to climb the side of my house. This is a substantial white painted wall with some trellis. The wall is south facing, very warm and sunny. The clematis will need the be potted in large pots as the ground soil there isn't great (house foundations). The flashier the better as far as looks go! The house is large and very tall. Plenty of growing room. Any recommendations would be fantastic. Thankyou for your time. Hayley

Hi Haley, just a couple of pointers for you.
The maximum height of plant when growing from a pot is about 10feet (maybe rising to 12 feet). But this will of course depend on how high the trellis goes as they wont 'stick' to the wall you see.

then what time of year do you want flower and what colours ?

when you say 'Flashy' do you mean double ( please see my link below) or do you mean an abundance of smaller flowers ( a bit like a 'blanket' of flower?)
in any case see the link to our viticella types as these are the top end height wise for a pot and flower in the summer- late summer - there are about 4 pages of them so lots to look at. Then take a look at the doubles as these are quite 'showy'
Hope this helps

DOUBLE Clematis

Clematis - Viticella


Chris and Suzy


 
 
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