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Clematis Tangutica Group

Origin: Cultivars are derived from species belonging to the botanical section Meclatis, for at least one parent.
Habit: Climbing to erect, deciduous.
Leaf: Simple to pinnate, rather herbaceous, green or glaucous, petioled. Leaflets simple or ternate, margin entire, serrate or lobed.
Inflorescence: A solitary flower or a few flowered dichasial cyme, axillary and terminal on young shoots. On young shoots usually from the base upwards. Sometimes the terminal flower opens first and then with flowers from the base upwards.
Bracts: Present, leaflike but less divided to simple.
Flower: Bisexual, campanulate to bowl shaped to almost spreading, usually nodding to horizontal or rarely more or less upright, 3-8 cm across, bud nodding.
Tepals: 4 but sometimes 5 or 6, white, cream, yellow or yellow stained red-purple.
Stamens: Filaments partly hairy.
Flowering time: Summer, some cultivars into mid to late autumn.
Seed tail: Plumose, seedhead usually persistant.
Zone: 4-11 (EU & USDA zones).
Hard pruning.
Planting depth: Same level as in the pot, do not plant deeply.
Roots: Fibrous.
Leaves in seedlings: Alternate.

Tangutica Group
Tangutica Group

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

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