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  • ‘Diamond Ball’ Clematis

    Big flowers give your garden big appeal! Each rounded bloom on ‘Diamond Ball’ clematis reaches an average of 4.5 inches wide. Visible even when you’re driving by at 50 mph. It’s a prolific bloomer, starting in June through August, so you’ll plenty of time to enjoy its flowers and debate with your neighbors whether they’re very pale blue or white. Plant it on a trellis or fence for the best display.

    Why grow ‘Diamond Ball’ clematis?

    • Impressive large flowers
    • Long bloom time
    • Easy care
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  • FUNYELLA™ Clematis

    Truly one of the most irresistibly beautiful and unique clematis we’ve ever seen! Funyella clematis blooms in spring with fringed flowers of glorious buttery yellow. They hang delicately from the vines, adding a whole new height and dimension to spring gardens. The show doesn’t stop when spring ends, either – though the main bloom time is indeed mid-late spring, new flowers continue to emerge until the weather gets quite hot in summer. Even once the flower show winds down, though, the plant stays plenty interesting with shimmering, silky, ball-shaped seed heads through frost.

    Funyella clematis brings magic to perennial gardens, mailbox plantings, deck railings, or any place it can climb. Since it is so versatile, durable, and easy-care, it would make a wonderful gift for a new homeowner or a garden of any skill level. As a member of the notoriously tough and easy Atragene group clematis, Funyella is a very special plant that needs no special care!

    Top reasons to grow Funyella clematis:
    – Unusual bell-shaped flowers made up of fringy petals in an appealing mellow yellow
    – Elegant vine climbs on structures, railing, or up mailboxes
    – The easiest type of clematis to grow and care for: a member of the Atragene group (aka group one) that does not need pruning. For real!

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  • ‘Sweet Summer Love’ Clematis

    It’s a non-invasive version of sweet autumn clematis with fragrant, cranberry-violet blooms. It starts blooming about a month earlier than other varieties, and will continue to flower through the summer. It is very easy to grow.

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  • ‘Viva Polonia’ Clematis

    This cheerful, easy-to-grow variety has pink-red flowers accented by a white inner star. The flowers are borne in abundance in June to July, then rebloom later in the summer.

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  • HAPPY JACK® Purple Clematis

    A very easy-to-grow variety, it has velvety purple flowers with bright yellow stamens. The large (3-5″) blooms are intensely colored, and flower from mid-summer into fall.

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  • JOLLY GOOD™ Clematis

    Abundant light purple flowers with magenta undertones cover this plant all summer long. This easy-to-grow Jackmanii hybrid is a vigorous grower yet maintains a compact size that is perfect for training on fences or trellises.

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  • PINK MINK® Clematis

    This easy-to-grow variety produces abundant pink-on-pink striped blooms from early summer to early fall.

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  • STILL WATERS™ Clematis

    Large, icy violet-blue flowers contrast with the dark red stamens of this stunning, easy-to-grow variety. The early flowering, long-lasting blooms appear from late spring to late summer. Plant it on a trellis or fence for the best display.

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    SPARKY® Blue Clematis

    Selected for its unique flower form, delicate foliage, and appealing color. The primary bloom time for these Atragene-type clematis is mid-late spring, with Long blooming coming throughout the summer.

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    SPARKY® Pink Clematis

    Selected for its unique flower form, delicate foliage, and appealing color. The primary bloom time for these Atragene-type clematis is mid-late spring, with Long blooming coming throughout the summer.

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    SPARKY® Purple Clematis

    Selected for its unique flower form, delicate foliage, and appealing color. The primary bloom time for these Atragene-type clematis is mid-late spring, with Long blooming coming throughout the summer.

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