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Chantilly Clematis Plants

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The details

Boulevard Patio Collection

  • Size: 1.5-2m
  • Colour: Soft pink with raspberry pink bar, maturing to white with faint pink bar.
  • Scent: Light/None
  • Flowering: Jun-Jul
  • Type: Early large-flowered
  • Habit: Patio Climber
  • Pruning group 2
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3 Litre
3 +
£ 22.96


Clematis 'Chantilly'/Evipo021, Boulevard Patio Collection

As sweet as Creme Chantilly, the new flowers are soft pink with raspberry pink central bars, maturing to white with a faint pink bar. The stamens have white filaments and red anthers. Blooms in June-July. A compact climber, ideal for patios and pots. To 2m

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Delivery season: Clematis are delivered in pots year round, when in stock. It is usually best not to plant out pot-grown plants in winter, but to keep them until Spring, because they will establish faster in warm soil and give you better first-year growth.

Choosing a size: Small plants are cheaper and more forgiving of less than ideal aftercare, so they are best for a big planting project. If instant impact is your priority, or if you are only buying a few plants for use in a place where it is convenient to water them well in their first year, then you may as well use bigger ones. All our climbing plants come in standard pot sizes.


  • Size: 1.5-2m
  • Colour: Soft pink with raspberry pink bar, maturing to white with faint pink bar.
  • Scent: Light/None
  • Flowering: Jun-Jul
  • Type: Early large-flowered
  • Habit: Patio Climber
  • Pruning group 2

Growing 'Chantilly' Clematis

It will be happiest in alkaline or neutral soil. Fully hardy, it is best to plant it out of full sun in the South because too much sun, especially at midday, tends to fade the colour.

In Your Garden Design

Clematis are a wonderful feature to add to any garden because they are so versatile in their use: they be planted around archways, up pergolas, around trees trunks, alongside climbing roses, along fences or walls and woven in shrubs. They are natural companion plants to roses: try Chantilly with a raspberry cream twirl to create a raspberry ripple effect, although any rose will do, just choose one that flowers roughly the same time. A good shrub to match it with is a spindleberry or ceanothus. You can even plant them in a veg patch alongside lettuce to give your home "allotment" a bit of cottage garden chic.

Did You Know?

Part of the Boulevard collection by Raymond Evison and Poulsen Nursery, which are either low climbers, or dwarf varieties that grow like a shrub. All of them are great for pots and patios. Introduced 2006, bred from 'Mrs George Jackman' and 'Doctor Ruppel'.

As well as the sweet whipped cream for which Chantilly, a town in the French region historically known as Picardy and now Hauts-de-France, is famous, the name is synonymous with a finely detailed silk lace. The lace was actually largely produced elsewhere, but it's the brand that counts.

Planting Instructions

In the first spring after planting, cut all stems back to 30cm. Pruning is not necessary in subsequent years, but cutting back dead and damaged stems will keep the plant tidy and encourage vigorous new growth.
What to expect

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Perfect for Winter

The ground tends to be wet in winter, ideal for planting bareroot plants.

Value for money

You pay less for the same size bareroot plants, compared to potted.


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