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Lemon Dream Clematis Vines

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  • Size: 2.5 x 1.2m
  • Colour: Lemon yellow, cream and white
  • Shape: Bell-shaped, semi-double flowers
  • Scent: Light grapefruit fragrance
  • Flowering: May, Jul & Aug
  • Type: Atragene
  • Habit: Patio Climber
  • Pruning group 1
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3 Litre
3 +
£ 17.94


Lemon Dream Clematis, Climbing Plants

Clematis Lemon Dream is awash with soft yellow scented flowers from spring to the end of the summer. Each semi-double bloom emerges lemon-yellow and fades through cream to white as it ages. Growing to an eventual height of 1.2m, Lemon Dream flowers profusely and forms a striking backdrop to spring and summer border displays. For more varieties, see our range of clematis plants.


  • Size: 2.5m by 1.2m
  • Colour: Lemon-yellow, cream and white
  • Shape: Open bell-shaped, semi-double flowers
  • Scent: Light grapefruit fragrance
  • Flowering: May, July & August
  • Type: Atragene
  • Habit: Patio Climber
  • Pruning group 1

Growing Lemon Dream

This hardy clematis works well in containers where its growth can be contained by regular pruning. It will also scramble over the ground to create cover in borders and grows happily through deciduous trees and shrubs. Trained against a wall or pergola, the flowers are held at head height so their beauty and fragrance can be more easily appreciated.

Planting Companions

It's an ideal foil for other pale or creamy-white flowering roses, geraniums and peonies. This elegant climber contrasts well with the bold colours of alliums like Purple Sensation and the sultry tones of dark iris such as Black Watch or Dutch Chocolate. Climbing through trees and shrubs, the soft yellow and creamy blooms combine gracefully with apple and mock orange blossom.

Did You Know?

Bred by Szczepan Marczynski in Poland and introduced in the UK in 2012. 

Travellers' joy is the only clematis native to the UK. Its Latin name is Clematis vitalba. A vigorous climber, this clematis twines through hedges and scrambles up trees on chalky soils. Delicate white flowers develop into downy seed-heads that persist for months, giving it another of its common names - old man's beard.

Planting Instructions

Cut stems back to 30cm the first spring after planting. Pruning is not required each year, but cutting back dead, diseased and damaged stems will keep the plant tidy and encourage vigorous growth.
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