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Clematis aff. tongluensis

From 2900m in Kachin State, Far NW Burma. A rarely seen Himalayan species of restricted distribution, this relatively small growing species has C. montana-like foliage. Distinctly long stalked white flowers with elegant lanceolate petals and contrasting purple tipped stamen are seen from June to October. Demanding of a cool root run; never too dry.

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Clematis fasciculiflora L657

Clematis fasciculiflora L657

Rare, beautiful and distinct, this evergreen climber from China usually has foliage attractively marked with a silvery blotch and bears it's fragrant, bell shaped, white flowers in late winter/early spring. New shoots appear red-purple with bronze-red foliage and eventually reach about 6m with suitable support. I have used it to cover a sunny 2m wall.

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Clematis orientalis from Kyrgyzstan

Rather different to what you know in cultivation as this species, these have very blue-grey, very narrowly dissected foliage from this area and light yellow flowers. Extremely hardy and as easy as ever in sun or part shade.

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Cobaea pringlei CDR 1323

This really is a superb newish hardy climber from NE Mexico and will one day be widely planted. A very vigorous self-clinging herbaceous climber producing annual stems each year and masses of large cream, bell shaped flowers from August to first frosts. Far more refined than the common, tender C. scandens.

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