Posts Tagged ‘trellis’

Anna-Louise™ Clematis

Clematis 'Anna Louise'

(Clematis) This is the first year we have carried Clematis ‘Anna Louise‘. I love the contrast of purple and magenta on each petal. Standing 8-10 foot with its large 5-6″ vibrant flowers ‘Anna Louise‘ is a stand out. The white anthers contrast beautifully with the purple red flower. Blooming early summer and early fall this reblooming clematis is sure to please.

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Bourbon™ Clematis ‘Evipo 018’

Clematis 'Bourbon'

I have always thought that the picture that was supplied to us when we first started selling ‘Bourbon’ made it look like an amazing Clematis. The other day when I was walking through the greenhouses I found one in bloom. This was the first time that I had actually seen the real deal, and I am very impressed by the beautiful coloration of this bloom. The blooms are just as large as the description says. I think I may need to find a new home for a “Bourbon” Clematis this year! -Heidi

(Clematis) Bourbon™ Clematis is an exciting new compact clematis from Raymond J. Evison. Evison specifically hybridized this prized variety for patio containers. The compact growth reaches only 3-4 feet tall, which makes it a perfect fit for large patio pots. Bourbon™ is equally happy though when grown in the ground and allowed to scramble up a small trellis. The large 6 inch flowers are red with bright purple bars in the center of each petal. Flowers rebloom throughout the summer for an incredible display!

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Clematis montana ‘Rubens’

Clematis montana 'Rubens'

(Clematis) Clematis ‘Rubens‘ supplies masses of soft pink 2.5″ flowers that look very attractive against the dark bronze-green foliage. Grown in full sun to part shade this deer and rabbit resistant clematis make a great addition to vertical gardening. This clematis looks beautiful growing through large trees or conifers and ‘Rubens‘ can obtain a height of over 25 feet. Hardy to zone 6 – winter mulch recommended. Awarded Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.

Prune Group 1 – Prune only after flowering is completed by removing any weak or dead stems. These varieties flower on the previous season’s growth.

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Lemon A-Peel® Thunbergia alata ‘Lemon Star’

Lemon A-Peel® Thunbergia alata 'Lemon Star'

(Black-Eyed Susan Vine) Thunbergia Lemon A- Peel® Lemon Star is a fast growing vine that grows easily in full sun. Black-Eyed Susan Vine makes a great alternative to Morning Glories. Lemon A-Peel® can grow up to 10-12 feet and has a great abundance of yellow flowers with black eyes. Thunbergia attracts butterflies and hummingbirds to your gardens. Best planted in a place where it has a trellis or wall to grow on for support. From our experience it seems that this will be a fast growing vine that will give you great color from the beginning of summer until the end.

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Sugar Candy™ Clematis ‘Evione’

(Clematis) Clematis ‘Sugar Candy’ is a  striking cultivar which is free flowering both in the spring and late summer. ‘Sugar Candy’ has large 6-7″ flowers with pinkish mauve pointed petals and a darker pink center bar. This is a great ‘Queen of the Vines’ as it blooms mostly all summer from May-September.

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