A group 3 clematis with deep mauve-blue flowers that fade to light blue and are produced from mid to late summer. This is a non-clinging variety so is perfect for scrambling through shrubs in the border. Integrifolia Group clematis are woody-based, non-climbing or semi-climbing, with bell-shaped or flat flowers in Summer and early Autumn, that are borne on the current season’s growth

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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