Clematis vinacea

A great rarity, only described as a new species in 2013 and from a very limited area of SE Tennessee and N Georgia. This herbaceous, hummock forming to mildly vining species bears pitcher shaped dusky-pink to purple-pink flowers from May to potentially October. From 30cm (if half starved and dry) to 1.5m tall (if living life to the full and supported). Very hardy, this is found on 'relatively dry talus slopes, cliff ledges, calcareous-phyllite woodland and bluffs'.

Pot size: 2L



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