The blossoms(blue-violet) arrive in late summer or early autumn, at and near the tops of the stalks, fanning out in clusters of what seem to be small tubes, and then opening into hyacinth shape, with sepals ranging in different specimens from pale to deep blue, and a small bright-yellow center. They have good staying power and a pleasing scent, and if caught at the right moment can serve surprisingly well as cut flowers.
This non-climbing clematis is a bushy plant that forms leafy mounds. Grow this in full sun and cool, moist soil that never dries out. A spring mulch will keep the root zone cool.
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