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Clematis Avalanche

Taylors Clematis: cartmanii  


cartmanii Clematis Avalanche

cartmanii Clematis Avalanche


Latin Name

cartmanii
Trademark 'blaaval'
Pot size when delivered Sent out in Large 2 litre pots, (8 inches deep x 5 inches wide)
Size when delivered In most cases plants are around 1 metre high when sent out (depending on growth rate & time of year)
Age when delivered All our plants are at least 2 years old when sent out

Colour

White

Pruning group

No Pruning - Group 1 - Small flowers

Aspect

Sunny Position

Height

6 - 8ft (2 - 2.5m)

Flowering Time

April to May

Species

Clematis - Cartmanii

Collection

Evergreen Collection

Flower Diameter (In Inches)

2-3 inches
 

Price:

£15.00

 
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1 of Richard Jacksons top 5 favourites for winter/spring colour!

Clematis Avalanche (or Cartmanii Avalanche 'blaaval') has a Flower size of 3" in diameter. which is the biggest flower and the widest foliage of all the cartmanii family of evergreen clematis, and climbing to between 6 and 8 feet it is one of the highest too. Avalanche can be grown in a pot or in the ground and requires no essential pruning.

Also suitable for containers Also suitable for containers
Award of Garden Merit Award of Garden Merit
This plant is evergreen This plant is evergreen
Sent out in Large 2 litre pots, (8 inches deep x 5 inches wide) Sent out in Large 2 litre pots, (8 inches deep x 5 inches wide)
In most cases plants are around 1 metre high when sent out (depending on growth rate & time of year) In most cases plants are around 1 metre high when sent out (depending on growth rate & time of year)
All our plants are at least 2 years old when sent out All our plants are at least 2 years old when sent out
 

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Clematis Avalanche mass shot

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Clematis Avalanche

Clematis Avalanche



Clematis Avalanche close up

Clematis Avalanche close up



Clematis Avalanche foliage

Clematis Avalanche foliage



Clematis Avalanche a mass group shot

Clematis Avalanche a mass group shot



 

FAQs

what variety of clematis

This question was asked by
- Philip

Hello

I have tried to grow clematis but they never flourish though i do follow the requirements of their roots in shade and have a fair bash at following the correct pruning regime.

I have a spot under some outdoor stairs (so shady but the higher up more sun), where a pyrocantha could provide a climbing frame, and would ask your suggestion for a suitable variety, for my bee friendly approach, as minimal pruning as necessary, not much more than 2mx2m, and evergreen if possible as foliage would act as screen to neighbours... I know i am asking a lot... but any help would be welcome and a purchase is more than likely to follow...

cheers

Hi Philip, the clematis that you have been trying with may have been young plants? (supermarket / garden centre types?)

all ours are 2 years old and fully mature which makes them garden ready 52 weeks a year.

However evergreens will only operate properly in full sun, so it will be a bit of a risk, but you can give it a go and see what happens

maybe go for avalanche as these are really strong plants

please see link below

hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

Cartmanii Avalanche

This question was asked by
- June

As this clematis is non clinging please advise the best way to secure it to scramble up an old tree stump with wires attached across 2 branches

Thank you

Hi June, you don't say if you already have bought it from us or if you are still thinking of buying it but as all our Avalanche are about 4 feet tall at the moment and multi stemmed you should be fine. I would just separate the stems and put a 'twist tie' or 'garden twine' at around 12 inch intervals and probably put equal amounts of support both laterally and horizontally.

Hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

evergreen clematis

This question was asked by
- Janice

Hello, I have bought clematis from you in the past and been very pleased with them. I have a small front garden with an obelisk (made myself out of branches) about 4-5 feet high. The spot is next to the house and has sun nearly all day. I would like something evergreen to cover the obelisk, particularly in the winter months. The green being just as important as the flowers really. What would be your best suggestions ? Regards Jan

Hi I would probably say either avalanche, freckles or jingle bells (see all 3 links below) it wont matter about the final heights as they will grow around and around the obelisk slowly getting to the top, and when they do they will start to come back down again (hope this makes sense)

as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Avalanche



Freckles



Jingle Bells


Chris and Suzy

Avalanche

This question was asked by
- michael

Hi will this clematis grow on a north-facing fence, With open aspect at 6ft.

Hi, no not really

South facing and shelter for evergreen clematis


Chris and Suzy

established clematis

This question was asked by
- Theresa

I am looking to buy a clematis- evergreen or not- any colour- which is already about 4-5 ft tall. I need to place it by a pergola which is at the end of our garden and a small plant might get nibbled by deer etc or dug up by squirrels. Please advise.
Theresa

Hi we have some evergreen ‘Avalanche’ that are about 4 feet tall at the moment if that’s any good to you ?

Please see the link below





Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

what variety of clematis

This question was asked by
- Philip

Hello

I have tried to grow clematis but they never flourish though i do follow the requirements of their roots in shade and have a fair bash at following the correct pruning regime.

I have a spot under some outdoor stairs (so shady but the higher up more sun), where a pyrocantha could provide a climbing frame, and would ask your suggestion for a suitable variety, for my bee friendly approach, as minimal pruning as necessary, not much more than 2mx2m, and evergreen if possible as foliage would act as screen to neighbours... I know i am asking a lot... but any help would be welcome and a purchase is more than likely to follow...

cheers

Hi Philip, the clematis that you have been trying with may have been young plants? (supermarket / garden centre types?)

all ours are 2 years old and fully mature which makes them garden ready 52 weeks a year.

However evergreens will only operate properly in full sun, so it will be a bit of a risk, but you can give it a go and see what happens

maybe go for avalanche as these are really strong plants

please see link below

hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

Cartmanii Avalanche

This question was asked by
- June

As this clematis is non clinging please advise the best way to secure it to scramble up an old tree stump with wires attached across 2 branches

Thank you

Hi June, you don't say if you already have bought it from us or if you are still thinking of buying it but as all our Avalanche are about 4 feet tall at the moment and multi stemmed you should be fine. I would just separate the stems and put a 'twist tie' or 'garden twine' at around 12 inch intervals and probably put equal amounts of support both laterally and horizontally.

Hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

evergreen clematis

This question was asked by
- Janice

Hello, I have bought clematis from you in the past and been very pleased with them. I have a small front garden with an obelisk (made myself out of branches) about 4-5 feet high. The spot is next to the house and has sun nearly all day. I would like something evergreen to cover the obelisk, particularly in the winter months. The green being just as important as the flowers really. What would be your best suggestions ? Regards Jan

Hi I would probably say either avalanche, freckles or jingle bells (see all 3 links below) it wont matter about the final heights as they will grow around and around the obelisk slowly getting to the top, and when they do they will start to come back down again (hope this makes sense)

as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Avalanche



Freckles



Jingle Bells


Chris and Suzy

Avalanche

This question was asked by
- michael

Hi will this clematis grow on a north-facing fence, With open aspect at 6ft.

Hi, no not really

South facing and shelter for evergreen clematis


Chris and Suzy

established clematis

This question was asked by
- Theresa

I am looking to buy a clematis- evergreen or not- any colour- which is already about 4-5 ft tall. I need to place it by a pergola which is at the end of our garden and a small plant might get nibbled by deer etc or dug up by squirrels. Please advise.
Theresa

Hi we have some evergreen ‘Avalanche’ that are about 4 feet tall at the moment if that’s any good to you ?

Please see the link below





Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

what variety of clematis

This question was asked by
- Philip

Hello

I have tried to grow clematis but they never flourish though i do follow the requirements of their roots in shade and have a fair bash at following the correct pruning regime.

I have a spot under some outdoor stairs (so shady but the higher up more sun), where a pyrocantha could provide a climbing frame, and would ask your suggestion for a suitable variety, for my bee friendly approach, as minimal pruning as necessary, not much more than 2mx2m, and evergreen if possible as foliage would act as screen to neighbours... I know i am asking a lot... but any help would be welcome and a purchase is more than likely to follow...

cheers

Hi Philip, the clematis that you have been trying with may have been young plants? (supermarket / garden centre types?)

all ours are 2 years old and fully mature which makes them garden ready 52 weeks a year.

However evergreens will only operate properly in full sun, so it will be a bit of a risk, but you can give it a go and see what happens

maybe go for avalanche as these are really strong plants

please see link below

hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

Cartmanii Avalanche

This question was asked by
- June

As this clematis is non clinging please advise the best way to secure it to scramble up an old tree stump with wires attached across 2 branches

Thank you

Hi June, you don't say if you already have bought it from us or if you are still thinking of buying it but as all our Avalanche are about 4 feet tall at the moment and multi stemmed you should be fine. I would just separate the stems and put a 'twist tie' or 'garden twine' at around 12 inch intervals and probably put equal amounts of support both laterally and horizontally.

Hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

evergreen clematis

This question was asked by
- Janice

Hello, I have bought clematis from you in the past and been very pleased with them. I have a small front garden with an obelisk (made myself out of branches) about 4-5 feet high. The spot is next to the house and has sun nearly all day. I would like something evergreen to cover the obelisk, particularly in the winter months. The green being just as important as the flowers really. What would be your best suggestions ? Regards Jan

Hi I would probably say either avalanche, freckles or jingle bells (see all 3 links below) it wont matter about the final heights as they will grow around and around the obelisk slowly getting to the top, and when they do they will start to come back down again (hope this makes sense)

as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Avalanche



Freckles



Jingle Bells


Chris and Suzy

Avalanche

This question was asked by
- michael

Hi will this clematis grow on a north-facing fence, With open aspect at 6ft.

Hi, no not really

South facing and shelter for evergreen clematis


Chris and Suzy

established clematis

This question was asked by
- Theresa

I am looking to buy a clematis- evergreen or not- any colour- which is already about 4-5 ft tall. I need to place it by a pergola which is at the end of our garden and a small plant might get nibbled by deer etc or dug up by squirrels. Please advise.
Theresa

Hi we have some evergreen ‘Avalanche’ that are about 4 feet tall at the moment if that’s any good to you ?

Please see the link below





Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

what variety of clematis

This question was asked by
- Philip

Hello

I have tried to grow clematis but they never flourish though i do follow the requirements of their roots in shade and have a fair bash at following the correct pruning regime.

I have a spot under some outdoor stairs (so shady but the higher up more sun), where a pyrocantha could provide a climbing frame, and would ask your suggestion for a suitable variety, for my bee friendly approach, as minimal pruning as necessary, not much more than 2mx2m, and evergreen if possible as foliage would act as screen to neighbours... I know i am asking a lot... but any help would be welcome and a purchase is more than likely to follow...

cheers

Hi Philip, the clematis that you have been trying with may have been young plants? (supermarket / garden centre types?)

all ours are 2 years old and fully mature which makes them garden ready 52 weeks a year.

However evergreens will only operate properly in full sun, so it will be a bit of a risk, but you can give it a go and see what happens

maybe go for avalanche as these are really strong plants

please see link below

hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

Cartmanii Avalanche

This question was asked by
- June

As this clematis is non clinging please advise the best way to secure it to scramble up an old tree stump with wires attached across 2 branches

Thank you

Hi June, you don't say if you already have bought it from us or if you are still thinking of buying it but as all our Avalanche are about 4 feet tall at the moment and multi stemmed you should be fine. I would just separate the stems and put a 'twist tie' or 'garden twine' at around 12 inch intervals and probably put equal amounts of support both laterally and horizontally.

Hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

evergreen clematis

This question was asked by
- Janice

Hello, I have bought clematis from you in the past and been very pleased with them. I have a small front garden with an obelisk (made myself out of branches) about 4-5 feet high. The spot is next to the house and has sun nearly all day. I would like something evergreen to cover the obelisk, particularly in the winter months. The green being just as important as the flowers really. What would be your best suggestions ? Regards Jan

Hi I would probably say either avalanche, freckles or jingle bells (see all 3 links below) it wont matter about the final heights as they will grow around and around the obelisk slowly getting to the top, and when they do they will start to come back down again (hope this makes sense)

as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Avalanche



Freckles



Jingle Bells


Chris and Suzy

Avalanche

This question was asked by
- michael

Hi will this clematis grow on a north-facing fence, With open aspect at 6ft.

Hi, no not really

South facing and shelter for evergreen clematis


Chris and Suzy

established clematis

This question was asked by
- Theresa

I am looking to buy a clematis- evergreen or not- any colour- which is already about 4-5 ft tall. I need to place it by a pergola which is at the end of our garden and a small plant might get nibbled by deer etc or dug up by squirrels. Please advise.
Theresa

Hi we have some evergreen ‘Avalanche’ that are about 4 feet tall at the moment if that’s any good to you ?

Please see the link below





Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

what variety of clematis

This question was asked by
- Philip

Hello

I have tried to grow clematis but they never flourish though i do follow the requirements of their roots in shade and have a fair bash at following the correct pruning regime.

I have a spot under some outdoor stairs (so shady but the higher up more sun), where a pyrocantha could provide a climbing frame, and would ask your suggestion for a suitable variety, for my bee friendly approach, as minimal pruning as necessary, not much more than 2mx2m, and evergreen if possible as foliage would act as screen to neighbours... I know i am asking a lot... but any help would be welcome and a purchase is more than likely to follow...

cheers

Hi Philip, the clematis that you have been trying with may have been young plants? (supermarket / garden centre types?)

all ours are 2 years old and fully mature which makes them garden ready 52 weeks a year.

However evergreens will only operate properly in full sun, so it will be a bit of a risk, but you can give it a go and see what happens

maybe go for avalanche as these are really strong plants

please see link below

hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

Cartmanii Avalanche

This question was asked by
- June

As this clematis is non clinging please advise the best way to secure it to scramble up an old tree stump with wires attached across 2 branches

Thank you

Hi June, you don't say if you already have bought it from us or if you are still thinking of buying it but as all our Avalanche are about 4 feet tall at the moment and multi stemmed you should be fine. I would just separate the stems and put a 'twist tie' or 'garden twine' at around 12 inch intervals and probably put equal amounts of support both laterally and horizontally.

Hope this helps



Avalanche


Chris and Suzy

evergreen clematis

This question was asked by
- Janice

Hello, I have bought clematis from you in the past and been very pleased with them. I have a small front garden with an obelisk (made myself out of branches) about 4-5 feet high. The spot is next to the house and has sun nearly all day. I would like something evergreen to cover the obelisk, particularly in the winter months. The green being just as important as the flowers really. What would be your best suggestions ? Regards Jan

Hi I would probably say either avalanche, freckles or jingle bells (see all 3 links below) it wont matter about the final heights as they will grow around and around the obelisk slowly getting to the top, and when they do they will start to come back down again (hope this makes sense)

as all our plants are 2 years old in 2 litre pots and fully hardy, it means that they are fully mature and can be planted at anytime of year, so the sooner they go in the better they will perform this same season.

Hope this helps





Avalanche



Freckles



Jingle Bells


Chris and Suzy

Avalanche

This question was asked by
- michael

Hi will this clematis grow on a north-facing fence, With open aspect at 6ft.

Hi, no not really

South facing and shelter for evergreen clematis


Chris and Suzy

established clematis

This question was asked by
- Theresa

I am looking to buy a clematis- evergreen or not- any colour- which is already about 4-5 ft tall. I need to place it by a pergola which is at the end of our garden and a small plant might get nibbled by deer etc or dug up by squirrels. Please advise.
Theresa

Hi we have some evergreen ‘Avalanche’ that are about 4 feet tall at the moment if that’s any good to you ?

Please see the link below





Avalanche


Chris and Suzy


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