I first saw this striking clematis while following a winding path through the garden belonging to Szczepan and Barbara Marczynski.Seeing it ahead stopped me in my tracks. It truely looked like a Bride standing a head of me.
Group: Early Large FloweringHeight: 6-8'Location: AnyBlooms: May-AugPruning Group: 2 - Light PruneRaised By: Szczepan Marczynski - Poland 1992 2009Zone: 5-9Color: White
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Abundance really lives up to her name in the masses of flowers she produces. This is a great clematis for every garden and good for beginners as well. Reddish pink flowers with very textured veined tepals. Greenish-yellow anthers. Another Free flowering viticella. This one works great for covering an arbor quickly.Some see this as a red clematis. Other see it as a pink one. Therefore I call it reddish pink.
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Ashva is very free flowering and easy to grow clematis. The flowers start out a deep rosy purple with a red bar then fades out to a pinky purple. The flower change to many shades as the flower ages. I am happy to be able to offer this clematis again.
Beata has in our display gardens for about 10 years. I love the huge multi-colored flowers that are produced in the early spring if I do not prune it back. It does well pruned hard as well. My plants were a bit slow to establish but well worth the wait.
Cloudburst is very free flowering and easy to grow. Once pruned and fed in the spring it will quickly be covered in lovely shades of purple and white flowers. This is another lovely import from Poland.
The Duchess of Albany has Wonderful tulip shaped bright Pink flowers with a darker bar. It is an aggressive grower so give her plenty of room. Humming birds and bees love the bell shaped blooms of the texensis group. Grow Princess Diana, Gravetye Beauty and Duchess of Albany all together for a beautiful display. All three are on my web site.
Etoile Rose dates back to the early 1900's and was one of the first clematis I bought in my early days of clematis seeking. It looks lovely mixed with Etoile Violette or all on her own. I am very fond of all the bell type flowering clematis since they are well appreciated by the bees and hummingbirds.
Fay is a cute little Nodding Bell-shaped flower. The little buds start out deep pinkish-red then open to be a medium pink with pinkish-white margins. It is a new one for me so the colors and size may change once it matures.
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Medium to large dark velvety purple flowers with a rosy bar. Very free flowering and easy to grow. the name is in remembrance of the village in NE Poland where on July 15, 1410 where one of the largest Medieval battles took place between the Polish-Lithuanian military forces who defeated German-Prussian Teutonic Knights.
This is terrible picture of this outstanding Japanese clematis Hakuba covers itself with buds early in the season. White tepals with a cast of mauve upon opening fading to white.Does well in my display garden with very little pruning. It also has some semi-doubles large flowers in the spring. Hopefully this year I remember to get a good picture.
I am thrilled to be able to offer this wonderful clematis to you again. Large White flowers that have a gray-blue cast. Deeper blue edging with deep red anthers. This is a very stunning clematis than blooms it's head off for me here in Washington. Easy to grow.
A beautiful large flowering clematis that does well in the garden as well as a large pot. Big Lilac colored flowers with a white bar and reddish anthers. I am pleased to be growing it again.
Huge rich violet flowers with a deeper rosy bar. This clematis is named after one of the three Wise Men as well as Brother Franczak's father. Hard pruned it will flower later but nearly all summer. This is another import from Poland that you will not see often in the USA.
I think this is the best true red clematis. This is a terrible picture. Single semi-nodding rich Red flowers cover this old time favorite in short order. A must have in every garden as well as a good choice for beginners. Can be cut back by half after first flowering for fall display.
I have had Marcelina in the Display Gardens for over 10 years. It grows fast and flowers well. I love the thick beefy stems and large flowers. I am happy to offer it again to you. Brother Franczak named it after a Polish River. Another resent Import from Poland.
Morning Sky is one of Szczepan's amazingly free flowering clematis. Hundreds of medium rosy lavender flowers with wonderful dark purple connectives and anthers. This is another one of my latest imports from Poland.Better get one before they are gone.
Omoshiro has been a faithful grower in my display garden for many years. It is one of the first to bloom and the beauty of the flowers is breath taking. I don't normally even prune it much. It also does well in a large pot.
Here is a beauty that is new to America. I am adding info from Clematis on the web since Princess Kate is new to me. I will know more after this winter on hardiness.I question both the zones and the height that are listed. (Ok Winter 2016 is over, Princess Kate did great both in gallon pots as well as in my display gardens. We got much colder than normal. For now, I know this clematis is safe to 10 degrees. This picture was taken by Roy in Sheila Chapman's garden in the UK.http://www.clematis.hull.ac.uk/new-clemdetail.cfm?dbkey=3815
Darling little Carmine bells that have a wonderful sweet smell. Keep plant dead headed for long lasting flowering time. The princess likes sharp draining soil and some extra food.
Dark Purple flowers that are nearly black on opening with contrasting anthers.Certificate of Merit awarded in 1998 by the British Clematis Society.Romantika is very easy to grow and is a vigorous clematis!
I have been impressed with this clematis since first planting it. Samaritan Jo is easy to grow and comes into abundant flowering quickly and they keep coming. The silver-white flowers are large and pointy with a beautiful edging of rosy-purple which veins in towards the center. Does great in a large container too. Outstanding clematis!
I am so happy to be able to offer this outstanding clematis again. Semu is the most unusual color of Purple blue with violet veins and a lighter bar. Free flowering too! A must have for all gardens.
I am happy to be able to offer this outstanding clematis again. It is another favorite in my garden. Polish Breeder Brother Stefan Franczak truly outdid himself with this Beautiful light Pinky/Purple Clematis. Very free flowering.
This is such a beautiful deep rich intense Blue clematis. The flowers are ruffled upon opening. I treat it like a type 3 where it is listed as a type 2. It is a good strong grower and one you will not see often in USA. I saw it in Mr. Marczynski's garden in 2015 and was amazed at the abundance of the brilliant blue flowers.
What a delicate beauty Utopia is. Thin white flowers that are veined and edged in deep Violette. I carried this one several years ago and am happy to have it available again. Keep it dead headed and it will bloom all summer for you.
I am happy to have Viola in stock again. This Seedling of “Lord Nevill” is one of the most beautiful Deep Purple Clematis with Yellowy Green Anthers that gets darker with age. Easy, hardy and free Flowering too.
Large blue flower with a bright yellow center. This is one I imported from Poland and I have not grown it in my gardens before. As with all Mr. Marczynski's clematis, I am sure it will be outstanding. It has grown well and fast and flowers are a beautiful shade of blue. You won't find this one often in the USA.
Large rounded, very rich Red purple Flowers with deeper red anthers.Early blooming and free flowering.Westerplatte is my heaviest flowering red tone clematis. Here in my display gardens I prune it as a type 3. It rewards me with so many vines that I have to thin some out. This is a great performer!
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