Clematis integrifolia dwarf form


Clematis integrifolia is unusual upright clematis is not a climber. Instead it sends up wiry stems which produce a single, eye-catching, nodding, blue bell-shaped flowers in summer. It is adaptable and easy to grow in sun to part shade in fertile, well-drained soil. It has done fine in our mixed perennial garden, dryish woodland garden and rock garden. Our seed grown selection is a smaller form than the species and grows less than 12″ tall and wide. Very cold hardy to -40 degrees F. Grasslands and steppes of Central Europe. Ranunculaceae

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