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Clematis aff. tongluensis (new)

From 2900m in Kachin State, Far NW Burma. A rarely seen Himalayan species of restricted distribution, this relatively small growing species has C. montana-like foliage. Distinctly long stalked white flowers with elegant lanceolate petals and contrasting purple tipped stamen are seen from June to October. Demanding of a cool root run; never too dry.

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Clematis dasyandra PAB

We found this growing near the Loushan Pass, Guizhou, SW China. Pretty little variably pink-purple bells with the sepals recurving at the mouth open in late summer on a vigorous deciduous climber. These are the first commercially available in the UK.

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Clematis fasciculiflora L657

Clematis fasciculiflora L657

Rare, beautiful and distinct, this evergreen climber from China usually has foliage attractively marked with a silvery blotch and bears it's fragrant, bell shaped, white flowers in late winter/early spring. New shoots appear red-purple with bronze-red foliage and eventually reach about 6m with suitable support. I have used it to cover a sunny 2m wall.

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Clematis orientalis from Kyrgyzstan (new)

Rather different to what you know in cultivation as this species, these have very blue-grey, very narrowly dissected foliage from this area and light yellow flowers. Extremely hardy and as easy as ever in sun or part shade.

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Clematis smilacifolia NJM 10.094

A striking looking evergreen Clematis with a range from Nepal to New Guinea, this was found in the Sapa area of N. Vietnam on karstic limestone. Large deltoid-ovate leaves are variably marked with silver-grey above and variably deep claret-purple below. Flowers should be purple and white! Far hardier and more growable than the older clone(s) in cultivation.

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Clematis urophylla 'Winter Beauty'

A very fine, relatively new species to cultivation with evergreen foliage and dangling, bell shaped, pure-white, thick textured flowers produced in late winter on a strong growing vigorous climber. This requires a sheltered wall and is best not taken to the coldest parts of the North. This goes around under the name C. urophylla 'Winter Beauty'.

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Clematis urophylla - collected Kanding, Sichuan

A very fine, relatively new species to cultivation with evergreen foliage and dangling, bell shaped, pure-white, thick textured flowers produced in late winter on a strong growing vigorous climber. This represents a John Marston collection from China and has more elegant, slightly narrower foliage than 'Winter Beauty' that emerges a good rich red. For a sheltered wall.

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