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Clematis Species

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Topic: Clematis Species
Posted By: Guests
Subject: Clematis Species
Date Posted: 26 May 2007 at 2:12pm

Clematis, for identification.

Seen in flower a few days ago at a nursery.

Growing in a pot in a poly-tunnel.

Height 1.500 metres

Flower size 35mm diameter.

Flower buds initially purplish fat ovate, to creamy-white elongated ovate before opening.

Stems purplish, slightly hairy, 6 ribbed.

Leaves prominently veined, especially on the underside, elongated ovate. Odd-pinnate in five leaflets.

Leaves shown full size on an inch grid.

Origin definitely from Asia, possibly from South Korea.

Can anyone identify this plant, pictured below?




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Posted By: schristmas
Date Posted: 26 May 2007 at 3:55pm
Hi, Roy,
 
I think there may be a problem with your picture upload as I can't seem to locate any of your pictures when I look on the main server.
 
Steve



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