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Clematis Daniel Deronda 3 Litre Climber Plant


Clematis Daniel Deronda 3 Litre Climber Plant
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Clematis Daniel Deronda 3 Litre Climber Plant

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  • Collection from Bagshot, Bybrook Barn, Chelmsford and Shepperton stores.
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Product Details

A strong growing plant with very large 18-20cm (7-8in) wide semi-double or single flowers in early summer and smaller single flowers mid to late summer, produced in good numbers.

A free flowering, good value plant.

The flowers have tepals which fade gradually from the deep purple blue with plummy highlights at opening to a purple blue, with creamy yellow anthers.

A pleasing flower.

Ideal for container culture.

Produces the most attractive seed heads of any clematis.

RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Flowers early summer (semi-double), mid summer - early autumn (single).

Overall height 7ft.

Please note that the plants on our website are not always stocked on our shop floor. The Online Plants department deal directly with suppliers so please check any stock availability with individual stores first if you are wanting to purchase instore.


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