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An Herbaceous Clematis Resource Guide

Articles: An Herbaceous Clematis Resource Guide

As a companion to Julie Lane-Gay’s article on herbaceous clematis in the July 2008 issue of Pacific Horticulture, we offer the following resource guide to sources of plants and further information about these non-twining members of the popular garden genus Clematis. New hybrids are introduced each year, including some that are relatively dwarf in stature. All make exceptional gardens plants in partnership with other perennials and smaller woody plants in the mixed border.

Nursery Sources
The following nurseries stock a good selection of species and/or hybrids of herbaceous clematis.

Big Dipper Farm
26130 SE Green Valley Road
Black Diamond, WA 98010
800/585-8038
www.bigdipperfarm.com
Online catalog and walk-in

Clearview Garden Shop
23743 – 48th Avenue
Langley, BC
Canada
604/532-4070
www.homeofclematis.net
Online catalog and walk-in

Completely Clematis Nursery
217 Argilla Road
Ipswich, MA 01938-2617
978/356-3197
www.completelyclematis.com
Online catalog and walk-in

Dancing Oaks Nursery
17900 Priem Road
Monmouth, OR 97361
503/838-6058
www.dancingoaks.com
Online catalog and walk-in

Digging Dog Nursery
PO Box 471
Albion, CA 95410
707/937-1130
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