Solitary Clematis Clematis integrifolia
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Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours.
cold stratify for 90 days.
sow seed 1/16" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed.
germination may be delayed for up to 90 days.
In a Nutshell:
* Clematis integrifolia is a flowering vine of the genus Clematis. Like many members of that genus, it is prized by gardeners for its showy flowers. C. integrifolia bears nodding, urn-shaped blue flowers in summer that are 1.5 inches wide. It is a fairly short variety, growing only to 3 feet high. It is native to Europe and Asia; in the USA it grows best in American Horticultural Society zones 8 to 1. more...
* Native to shrubby areas, meadows and stream banks from central Europe to Russia and China, solitary clematis is a woody-based, erect-stemmed, non-climbing clematis that typically grows in a dense, somewhat sprawling, shrubby mound to 12-18” tall. Solitary, violet to blue, nodding, bell-shaped flowers with recurved and often twisted sepals and creamy white anthers bloom from May to July, with continued sporadic bloom sometimes occurring throughout the rest of the summer. more...
* An herbaceous perennial that sends up new stems each spring, each shoot emerging from leaf pairs like clasped hands, to culminate in 1 1/2 " down-facing blue flowers with reflexed petals; native to Europe and Asia.