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Clematis Campanella Group

Origin: Cultivars are derived from species belonging to the botanical Section Campanella, for at least one parent.
Habit: Either semi-erect or climbing, evergreen or deciduous.
Leaf: Simple, ternate or pinnate, herbaceous to leathery, petioled. Leaflet simple, ternate or pinnate, margin entire or serrate.
Inflorescence: A solitary flower to a few or many flowered dichasial cyme. Axillary or axillary and terminal on young shoots. On the shoot usually from the base upwards or rarely the terminal flowers opens also when the base flowers are open. Within the dichasial cyme the terminal flower opens first.
Bracts: Present, usually quite small.
Flower: Bisexual, horizontal to nodding or hanging downwards, urceolate, bud nodding or hanging downwards.
Tepals: 4, white, cream-yellow, yellow or stained red or purple.
Stamens: Hairy.
Flowering time: Late spring, summer, autumn or winter.
Seed tail: Plumose, seedhead not persistant.
Zone: 6-11 (EU & USDA zones).
Light or hard pruning.
Planting depth: Same level as in the pot, do not plant deeply.
Roots: Fibrous.
Leaves in seedlings: Alternate.

Campanella Group
Campanella Group

ref: Wim Snoeijer (2008) Clematis Cultivar Group Classification with Identifying Key and Diagrams.

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