A bush forming, self supporting Clematis with clusters of Blue flowers.
|Soil & Site||average, moist|
|Flowers||dense,short clusters, similar to a Hyacinth flower, deep blue, July to September|
|Leaves||dark green, divided into three leaflets|
|Dimensions||30 inches tall, bush type clematis|
|Maintenance||Pruning group 3: prune hard in the spring, right above a bud|
|Cultivar Origin||Grown by Jan Fopma, Netherlands as a chance seedling in 1994. Species introduced into cultivation about 1837 in Brittain.|
|Author's Notes||This Clematis is quite different than the large flowering vine plants most people are use to. The flowers look more like a hyacinth. The plant is a small to medium herbaceous shrub.|