The Botanical Magazine/Volume 2/65
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|The 65th species documented in The Botanical Magazine (1790). Latin: Clematis integrifolia.|
Clematis integrifolia. Entire-leaved Clematis, or Virgins-Bower.
Class and Order.
Cal. 0. Petala 4. rarius 5.—vel 6. Sem. caudata.
CLEMATIS integrifolia foliis simplicibus ovato-lanceolatis, floribus cernuis. Lin. Syst. Vegetab. p. 512.
CLEMATITIS cœrulea erecta. Bauh. Pin. 300.
CLEMATIS cœrulea Pannonica. The Hungarian Climer. Park. Parad. p. 393.
The Clematis integrifolia is not an uncommon plant in the nurseries about London, and is deserving a place in gardens, if not for the beauty of its flowers, at least for their singularity.
It is a native of Germany, flowers in July, and is one of those hardy perennials which suit most people, requiring little more than an introduction.
Is propagated by parting its roots in Autumn.