Common Name: Clematis Family: Ranunculaceae (The Buttercup Family)
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This classic clematis was first hybridized in 1862 and is still one of the most popular cultivars. It has deep purple four to six inche wide flowers in profusion. Try growing it into an old rhodo or through a climbing rose. Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens.
||Primary Bloom Colour||Purple
||Secondary Bloom Colour||White/Cream
|Light Exposure||Full - Part Sun
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