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Barry Fretwell is an amazing British clematis breeder. ‘Amelia’ is a charming, non vining integrifolia in a pretty shade of pinky lavender that can grow in a large container or in front of the flower garden position.
HEIGHT | 5-7 feet
HARDINESS | ZONES 4-9 (Blooms June through September)
PRUNING | GROUP 3
We are excited to bring the rarely offered cultivar ‘Athena’ to gardens in the United States. One of the triumphs of Barry Fretwell, master clematis breeder, ‘Athena’ is a sought after integrifolia addition. Pretty pink flowers with a non-vining habit make it the perfect addition to the front of the border where the plant can mingle and find support on low shrubs such as contrasting ground cover or low growing roses.
Companion plant with Fretwell’s ‘Arabella’ for a ideal pairing for large containers or front of the flower border position.
HEIGHT | Up to 3 FT.
FULL SUN HARDINESS | ZONE 4A-9B
PRUNING | GROUP 3
Quintessentially French, Comtesse de Bouchaud is a cultivar with a proud heritage. Masses of pink to mauve blooms with blonde centers add a touch of class that will become a focal point in your garden. Mint green foliage off sets the beautiful floral display each spring. Deadhead and trim the plant after the first flush of blooms to encourage a longer bloom span.
Grow ‘Comtesse de Bouchaud’ with clematis ‘Piilu’ and ‘Kasugai’ for a gorgeous outdoor bouquet year after year.
‘Hagley Hybrid’ is one of the clematis that belongs in every garden. The pink flowers are enhanced by feathery centers anchored by just a hint of inky blue at the base. A beautiful choice for an arch or arbor, ‘Hagley Hybrid’ will repeat bloom through out the season. Grow ‘Hagley Hybrid’ with clematis ‘Climador’ and ‘Pink Climador’ for a display of long lasting flowers with the maximum impact of subtle color.
Clematis Harmony will bring harmony to your plantings in both early spring and late summer. Early flowers can be frillier, but both early and late flowers are known for outstanding color. Bright pink with deeper pink accents and a deep red center makes ‘Harmony’ a clematis that can sing solo in your garden, or blend well with some of your other favorite flowers.
Combinations with other pink bi colors work very well, paired with ‘Pinky’, ‘Carnaby’, and ‘Fireworks’, you can create your own tower of pink beauty.
Welcome spring with the floral beauty of Japanese clematis ‘Haru Ichiban’. Breeder Masako Takeuchi, was known globally for her beautiful early blooming clematis hybrids. ‘Haru Ichiban’, translating to ‘ wind of spring’ in English, is a breath of fresh air each spring with bright neon, coral red toned flowers. Fill your spring with as many flowers as possible to erase the memory of winter and appreciate mother nature to the fullest. This clematis grows well in a container where it can be placed in the spring right where you need a focal point of color to brighten your day.
Another Kivistk beauty, clematis ‘Kullus’ is a word meaning abundant in Estonian. Perfectly named, as the plant flowers abundantly and will re-bloom easily after mid season deadheading and grooming of the plant. Opalescent pastel tones at times look lavender-blue and at times pink to white depending on the light. Pink-beige centers flatter the reflective tones of color that ‘Kullus ‘ is known for.
One of the best pastel clematis it invigorates and home garden or yard. Pair with ‘Hakuba’ or other pastel clematis for a classic, enduring floral display in your garden.
HEIGHT | 6 to 8 FT.
PARTIAL TO FULL SUN
HARDINESS | ZONE 4A-9B
PRUNING | GROUP 2
This Japanese variety was bred by Takashi Wantanabe. The coral coloring is a rarity in clematis. A compact plant that blooms on established vines, the color is unique and a perfect accent to non vining blue clematis such as ‘Miranda’ and ‘Arabella’. Perfect for container culture or a front of the border position where the special coloring can be enjoyed.
HEIGHT | 6-8 ft.
ZONES: | 4-9
PRUNING GROUP | 2
Ask any clematis collector to name favorite pink clematis and you are sure to see ‘Marmori’ listed. Marmori translates as marble in Estonian, and the pink tones of the flowers will remind you of precious, pink marble. The flowers are centered with dark pink, which radiates outward and fades into the classic pink shades that ‘Marmori’ is famous for. At times the pink has a coral sheen to it. The coloring is distinctive, different and a must-grow for your garden. Compact and free flowering, ‘Marmori’ does well in large container displays or holds it’s own in any garden situation.
Companion plant with other white clematis such as ‘The Bride’ or ‘Valge Daam’ for a bouquet of loveliness.
HEIGHT | 6-8 FT.
PARTIAL TO FULL SUN
HARDINESS | ZONE 4A-9B
PRUNING | GROUP 2/3
Montana var rubens is the classic pink Montana that adds the early season, show stopping display of lightly scented flowers that every gardener dreams of. Bronze foliage gives way to a vigorous dark green foliage that will easily cover the largest pergola, arch, or tree trunk.
This clematis requires no pruning, and the foliage has a year round appeal.
PATRICIA ANN FRETWELL™ is the original double flowering pink and white bicolor clematis. This sweetheart of a flower makes an impact on the garden with bright white and deep pink stripes. Raised by master breeder Barry Fretwell of the United Kingdom, this clematis brings a bit of the English countryside to your garden.
Grow on a tall trellis to train the vines to show off the flowers and consider companion planting the double white ‘Grevf Erik Ruuth’ and ‘Snow Queen’ to counterpoint the explosion of pink.
Vibrant, almost neon pink blooms with a contrasting lighter tone and sunny yellow centers make this clematis an early season winner. Warm up your patio or deck in the spring by growing ‘Kakio’ in a large container or urn. As the cupped flowers mature they seem to grow larger and brighter, creating a glow that is long remembered.
Pink Climador features a plethora of solid pink, medium sized, shiny flowers. The center of the flowers are tipped with a darker, reddish color that enhance the blooms. Grow this clematis in a decorative container or raised bed for a exciting yet subtle display of color in your garden.
Pair with bicolor clematis such as ‘Fireworks’ and PATRICIA ANN FRETWELL for a nod to the British and their flair for garden combinations that are unforgettable. Pink Climador is a fantastic cut flower for mixed pink and red arrangements.
Pretty in pink and prettier yet in your garden, grow Pink Fantasy in a raised bed, container or on an trellis in the flower garden. ‘Pink Fantasy’ produces many classic ballet pink flowers with the fetching counterpoint of red centers. Let ‘Pink Fantasy ‘ dance with clematis “Cardinal Wyszynski’ and ‘Ruutel’ for an outstanding performance trio of color.
Pinky is a candy pink bicolor clematis with a red hot center that will steal your heart. A non stop bloomer, Pinky is a good choice for container gardening, or as a colorful addition to the border, growing on a medium obelisk or trellis. Raised in Japan, Pinky provides amusing interest with a bright white outer margin on the flowers.
‘Proteus’ flaunts beautiful, large semi double ballet pink flowers in the spring and later in the season produces flushes of single flowers. Dark green foliage contrasts nicely to the classic coloring of the flowers. ‘Proteus’, if lightly pruned, will grow in full sun to give ample coverage to a pergola, trellis or other areas where a larger clematis is welcome. Grow with clematis ‘Duchess of Edinburgh‘ and ‘Belle of Woking’ for a early season combination that will please you year after year.
Feminine, flirty and as fine of a clematis as you will find anywhere. Pink toned flowers with a crinkly edging make Tentel a stand out in your garden. Pair with other ‘Kivistik’ clematis in a monochromatic palette such as Kommeri and Eetika for a soothing yet colorful combination in your garden.
HEIGHT: 6-8 feet
PRUNING GROUP: 3
BLOOM PERIOD: July through September