Clematis flammula

Common Name : Fragrant Virgin's Bower, virgin's bower Botanical name : Clematis flammulaFamily : Ranunculaceae

Clematis flammula

Order - Ranunculales

Genus - Clematis

Species - flammula

Origin / Native - North Africa, Southern Europe

Life Cycle - Herbaceous perennial

Category - Deciduous, Evergreen, woody climbing vine, Large shrub

Growth Rate - Fast

Light Requirement & Care for growth - Full Sun, Part-shade, Moist, Sand, well-drained soil, Average water, Water Daily

Uses - Ornamental plant

Flowers - Small, Creamy white, Sweet vanilla fragrance, Clustered, 4 petals & Dark green foliage

Height - Up to 18 feet [5.4864m] tall

Spread - Up to 10 feet [3.0480m] wide

Flowering Season - Summer, late summer to Fall

Good For - Ground cover, Trellis, Walls, Container, Patios

Hazards - Poisonous Plant

Found In - Waste areas, Hedges, Woodland

Attracts - Bees

Clematis flammula shrub
Clematis flammula shrub

Photographs: Guna Selvi Camera: Nikon D40x Location : Lalbagh botanical gardens, Bangalore[Bengaluru], Karnataka, India

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