Monday, 11 July 2011

Clematis at Wollerton

Wollerton contains over 150 Clematis species, a new wall is being erected this winter which will host even more!

Clematis ‘Arabella’

Clematis viticella 'Betty Corning'

Clematis tubulosa 'Cassandra' - this is a shrub Clematis, fascinating!

Clematis tangutica ‘Bill Mackenzie’

Clematis viticella 'Etoile Violette'

8 comments:

Lona said...

How beautiful. I am fascinated by the Clematis tubulosa 'Cassandra. What a wonderful bloom it has.

Tim said...

Bill McKenzie is definitely on my "must have" list now. The challenge will be to locate it in the US.

Wife, Mother, Gardener said...

Wonderful post! Cassandra is so different from the rest of its well-known family.

jayneonweedstreet said...

Love this post! Your 'Etoile Violette' is so much more vibrant in color than mine growing here.

Michael said...

"Etoile Violette" is my favorite. Hope your having a fantastic summer Bertie!

DD said...

Beautiful, I love Clematis. I like Betty Corning. I have a Mrs N Thompson in my garden, which is very resiliant!

Bertie Bainbridge said...

Bill McKenzie is a definite favourite of mine! It was jolly nice to spend time somewhere so dedicated to this excellent genus.

Bertie

Kalipso said...

I love them all! I'd like to have the yellow one C. tangutica.

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