Clematis integrifolia

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Clematis integrifolia
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Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Eudicots
Order: Ranunculales
Family: Ranunculaceae
Genus: Clematis
C. integrifolia
Binomial name
Clematis integrifolia

Clematis integrifolia is a flowering vine of the genus Clematis. Like many members of that genus, it is prized by gardeners for its showy flowers. C. integrifolia bears nodding, urn-shaped blue flowers in summer that are 1.5 inches wide.[1] It is a fairly short variety, growing only to 3 feet high.[1] It is native to Europe and Asia; in the USA it grows best in American Horticultural Society zones 8 to 1.[1][2]

Several popular hybrids have been made by crossing C. integrifolia with other Clematis varieties. C. 'Hendersonii' is a cross with C. viticella, and C. 'Durandii' is a cross with C. x jackmanii.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d Bender, Steve, ed. (January 2004). "The Southern Living Garden Book". The Southern Living Garden Book (2nd ed.). Birmingham, Alabama: Oxmoor House. p. 251. ISBN 0-376-03910-8.
  2. ^ "Plant Heat-Zone Map" (pdf). American Horticultural Society. Retrieved 15 Sep 2009.