We grow a lot of clematis here at Lambley and it’s hard to imagine the garden without them. They are deeply frost hardy, with much interesting breeding work done in Central and Northern Europe. Don’t be tempted in the summer when you see Clematis flowering in the big hardware stores as they really are best planted from now in their dormancy. They aren’t difficult to grow once the cultural differences of each type are understood. Mind you, all need a good depth of soil to be happy and a good dusting of lime helps if like us your soil is acid. Clematis prefer a sunny or lightly shaded spot in the garden and are not bothered by frosts in the least. Most varieties need some extra summer irrigation. Our Clematis are very competitively priced and available only while stocks last.
Supplied in their winter dormancy for best establishment