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Clematis glauca

RARE FIND 10 seeds of this wonderful Clematis Orientalis glauca. This beautiful and dainty gold/peach combination flowered deciduous shrub grows in zones 5-10 and grows 2-4 feet tall. This vine very tolerant of most soils and needs very little watering.
Clematis glauca

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Seeds from this wonderful Clematis Orientalis glauca. This and dainty gold/peach combination flowered deciduous shrub grows in zones 5-10 and grows 2-4 feet tall. This vine very tolerant of most soils and needs very little watering.



Clematis integrifolia Mongolian Bells

seeds of Clematis hirsutissima Hairy Clematis, vase flower, sugar bowls or leather flower. A bushy 6-8 inch herbaceous perennial plant growing from woody branched base. The single nodding bell shaped bluish-purple blosssoms are growing on wooly-long-hariy stems. Hardy in zones 5-9b.
Clematis integrifolia Mongolian Bells

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Seeds from Clematis integrifolia Mongolian Bells. This unique Clematis is so compact that it is recommended as an edging plant with larger perennials or shrubs. It can even be used as a groundcover. Mongolian Bells blooms off and on all summer in pink, white, lavender, or blue. They will grow about a foot or so high and wide and will tolerate dryish soils in full sun or light shade. Zones 3 to 9.



Clematis Korean Beauty

seeds of Clematis Korean Beauty. This wonderful golden clematis is perfect for pots or trellises. Hardy in zones 5-9, this perennial blossomes the first year from seed if started early enough. This vine very tolerant of most soils and needs very little watering.
Clematis Korean Beauty

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Seeds from this wonderful Clematis mandschurica Manchurian Clematis, Leatherleaf Clematis and Yam leaved Clematis. Masses of small white, star-shaped flowers with a sweet aniseed scent in July thru Sept. Plant in a sunny position to enhance the scent. This herbaceous species, growing 4 to 6 feet tall. closely related to C. recta is non-clinging for the first metre or so in zones 3a to 9b. After this the leaf stalks begin grasping for nearby support.



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