A 1.10
B 2.75
C 3.50
D 4.10
E 4.25
F 4.75
G 4.95
H 6.25
I 6.55
J 7.25
K 7.75
L 8.50
M 9.50
N 11.25
O 13.50
P 14.75
Q 16.00
R 16.50
S 17.50
T 18.50
U 20.50
V 22.50
W 24.00
X 27.00
Y 28.00
Z 29.00
CAMPSIS

Mme Galen
exotic climber for warm positions, salmonred flowers, vigorous. (SOUTH AND WEST ASPECT)
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CEANOTHUS
All require a sunny sheltered site

Autumnal Blue
Evergreen
a larger leaved form with rich blue flowers. (180cm)
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Concha
Evergreen
dark green leaves, bright blue flowers in May. (180cm)
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Delight
Evergreen
erect grower, glossy leaves, deep blue flowers. (180cm)
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Dentatus
Evergreen
bright blue flowers in May, small leaved, vigorous grower. (240cm)
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Millerton Point
Evergreen
fresh green leaves, small white flowers in May. Requires shelter. (180cm)
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Southmead
Evergreen
rich blue flowers, erect vigorous grower. (240cm)
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Veitchianus
Evergreen
rich blue flower heads in May and June. Prune immediately after flowering. (180cm)
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Puget Blue
wide spreading, deep blue flowers in June. Needs sunny sheltered position
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CELASTRUS

Orbiculata
rampant climber having orange and yellow fruits which persist in winter. ANY ASPECT
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CHAENOMELES
All Varieties, Any aspect, see shrus list.
CLEMATIS
Clematis like a well-drained, preferably alkaline soil and should be planted much deeper than the pot surface. Most varieties are best shaded at the root, either with a mulch of leafmould or gravel chippings. The vigour of the plant is helped by the addition of bonemeal, rotted stable manure, or other organic fertiliser lightly forked into the surface in spring. Care must be taken not to damage the delicate stems at the base.
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Jackmanii Group
The varieties in this and the viticella groups should be cut back annually in early spring before growth starts.

Comntesse de Bouchard
masses of soft cyclamen-pink flowers; June–Oct.

Elsa Spath
deep violet-blue with purple shading; rounded sepals and dark stamens; June–Sept.

Hagley Hybrid
deep shell-pink flowers with pointed sepals; June–Sept.

Jackmanii Superba
a very popular, dark purple variety giving excellent displays in Aug.–Sept.

Niobe
strong growing hybrid. Velvety claret-red. June–Sept.

Perle d’Azur
light blue, free flowering. Aug.–Sept.

Ville de Lyon
carmine-red to deep crimson round the edges of the sepals, golden stamens; July–Oct. continuously. E, S or W aspect.

Rouge Cardinale
free-flowering, good red; Aug.–Oct.


Lanuginosa Group
Treat as the jackmanii group for pruning.

Madame le Coultre
pure white with yellow stamens, large flowering and vigorous; June–Sept. Any aspect.

Mrs. Cholmondeley
lavender-blue flowers with brown stamens, and pointed sepals; May–Sept. Any aspect.


Patens & Florida Group
Cut off just below the flowers as soon as they are over.

Barbara Dibley
pansy-violet, deep carmine bars and dark stamens; May–June and Sept. Any aspect.

Bee’s Jubilee
an improved Nelly Moser; mauve-pink with deep carmine bars; May–June and Sept. Any aspect.

Duchess of Edinburgh
double white, rosette-shaped flowers with dark stamens; May–June and Sept. Any aspect.

Ernest Markham
glowing petunia-red with gold stamens; the best red clematis; will flower on old wood in May if left unpruned; Aug.–Oct. continuously. E, S or W aspect.

Lasurstern
rich lavender-blue variety; May–June and Sept. Any aspect.

Mrs N. Thompson
blue-purple with red bar. May, June and Sept. Any aspect.

Nelly Moser
a very popular variety; pale mauve-pink with a deep carmine bar; fades in full sun, but keeps its colour in the shade; May–June and Sept. E. W or N aspect.

The President
a handsome deep purple-blue flowered variety; June–Sept. Any aspect.

Vyvyan Pennell
rosette-shaped double flowers of violet-blue shaded crimson; May–June and Sept. E, S or W aspect.


Viticella Group
Treat as the jackmanii group for pruning.

Abundance
masses of small burgundy flowers July–Sept. Any aspect.

Etoile Violette
attractive violet flowers July–Sept. Any aspect

Huldine
pearly white, pale mauve bars; vigorous and free flowering; July–Oct.

Madame Julia Correvone
masses of claret flowers July - September.

Polish Spirit
dark violet flowers. July–Sept. Any aspect.


Alpina Group
Lightly prune old flower heads.

Francis Rivis
mid blue small nodding flowers, April–May. Any aspect.

Pamela Jackson
small rich blue nodding flowers in April–May. Any aspect.

Ruby
ruby lantern shaped flowers in April–May. Any aspect.

Willy
mauve pink with deep pink blotches at the base of each sepal. April–May, any aspect.


Species Varieties
Prune back only after the desired height is reached. The montana varieties in particular are ideal for planting to grow up and into the branches of trees, and also to cover old sheds and unsightly fences. Will do well even in a north aspect.
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Cirrhosa Freckles
creamy red blotches, flowers Jan–March. Requires shelter.

Apple Blossom
Evergreen
Pale pink scented form of Armandii

Armandii
Evergreen
slightly scented small white flowers. March–April. Requires shelter.

Macropetala
Downy Clematis; a very beautiful species from China; masses of semi-double nodding flowers of lavender-blue with white stamens; April–May. Any aspect.

Rosy O’Grady
small pink nodding flowers. May to June. S.W. or E. aspect.

Montana Alba
masses of pure white flowers with yellow stamens; May–June. Any Aspect.

Elizabeth
free-flowering, scented soft pink. Any aspect.

Marjorie
creamy-pink semi-double flowers in masses. May–June. Any aspect.

Rubens
deep pink flowers in masses, with golden stamens; bronze foliage; May–June. Any aspect.

Tetarose
the largest flower in the montana group lilac-rose with buff stamens, and attractive bronzy foliage; May–June. Any aspect.

Wilsonii
a Chinese variety producing masses of fragrant white flowers in late June. Any aspect.

Orange Peel
its flowers are unique, their four orange yellow waxy sepals have the thickness of orange peel. Rampant grower. S or W aspect.

Tangutica aureolin
yellow lantern-typre flowers, vigorous grower. Aug–Sept.

Texensis Gravetye Beauty
gorgeous tulip shaped flowers. July to Sept. 2m in height. Any aspect.

CONTONEASTER

Conspicua Decora
Evergreen
See shrub section.

Horizontalis
See shrub section.

Microphylla
Evergreen
See shrub section.

Salicifolia Floccosa
Evergreen
See shrub section.
HONEYSUCKLE
See Lonicera
HYDRANGEA

Petiolaris Scandens
a self-clinging climber, suitable for any aspect, and particularly useful for north or shaded walls; large flat heads of cream flowers in June–July; vigorous and attractive in winter with its red-brown bark.
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ITEA

Ilicifolia
Evergreen
Holly-like leaves. Long drooping greeny-white catkins in late summer. Grows to 3m high. SOUTH OR WEST ASPECT.
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LONICERA

Baggessons Gold
Evergreen
Useful wall shrub. Bright golden all summer, best grown on a south-west wall. (140cm)
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PASSIFLORA

Coerulea
cream and blue form, suitable for a cold greenhouse or very warm wall.
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POLYGONUM

Baldschuanicum
a beautiful rampant twining shrub from Bokhara, invaluable for covering unsightly objects in the shortest possible time; flowers white, tinged pink, borne in innumerable large panicles throughout the summer and autumn. Any aspect.
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PYRACANTHA
See shrub section
VINES
See fruit tree section