Clematis Vancouver Series ™
The Clematis Vancouver™ series is bred here at Clearview. These are hybridized with the goals of developing varieties with exceptional garden performance, outstanding disease resistance and unique appealing colors. Some varieties are bred with the smaller garden or container application in mind whereas others are suited to arbors and large trellises. These cultivars have sold exceptionally well at the retail level and are proving very popular among garden enthusiasts.
The namesake Cotton Candy is a perfect fit as the raspberry red flushed white tepals shine against a sunshine yellow stamen. The 6-8 inch flower will enlighten your garden whether in a large pot or other garden application. This Group B1 has a mature height of 6-7 feet and blooms in late spring to early summer and again in the fall..
Group B2. Flowers are a brilliant purple with a red bar, or blue with a mauve bar and 5-7 inches. Bloom colour varies depending on light intensity and environmental factors. Stamens are white flushed with red. A very heavy flush of flowers appears early spring through mid summer. A second flush appears in fall. A mature height of about 6 feet and works well in a container or in a small group
One of those varieties that simply makes you say "WOW". The intense red stamens contrast with deep lavender sepals making her 9 inch blooms absolutely gorgeous. This group B1 variety requires little pruning and will adorn your garden with flowers in late spring/early summer then again in fall. Can be enjoyed in a large container, climbing an arbor, or scrambling through a small tree or large shrub.
Group B1. A rare case in that we have a large flowering hybrid with a lovely fragrance. Flowers are pure white with red stamens. Flowers begin early in June and continue throughout summer. This cultivar has a mature height of 6-8 feet making it suitable for large containers or other garden applications.
The 8-12 inch blooms from May through September make it the perfect addition to any garden or patio. Morning Mist holds the record for the largest Clematis flower ever recorded in the Rogerson Clematis Trial (an independent trial of over 600 varieties). This group B2 variety matures at about 6- 8 feet.
Masses of large flowers from late spring through early summer then again in fall make this group B1 a show stopper. The 6-8 inch flowers are pink on white with red stamens. A mature height of 5 – 7 feet makes this new classic suitable for a large container or traditional garden application including a small arbor, or trellis.
New for 2017, Vancouver™ Plum Gorgeous produces velvety, plum coloured blooms that fade to a purple-blue from June until September. The petals on its 6-8” flowers have a sheen to them which create an almost luminous effect. Being a group B2, pruning this varietyis optional..
Group B2. Soft lavender flowers are abundant late spring into fall. The lavender tepals sometimes display a somewhat rosy tone. Wavy edged tepals are contrasted with a yellow stamen. This very floriferous cultivar matures at a height of 5-7 feet making it suitable for large containers or other garden applications.
Group B2. Flowers are a brilliant purple with a red bar, or blue with a mauve bar and 5-7 inches. Bloom colour varies depending on light intensity and environmental factors. Stamens are white flushed with red. A very heavy flush of flowers appears early spring through mid summer. A second flush appears in fall. A mature height of about 6 feet and works well in a container or in a small group.