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It is a common, quick-growing, small-leaved climbing species which prefers full sun and good drainage. It is very frost tolerant (-5 degrees Celsius). There are two variants,
- Clematis microphylla var. microphylla, leaves over 20 mm long and 3 mm wide
- Clematis microphylla var. leptophylla, leaves less than 20 mm long and 3 mm wide - a medium sided climber with cream-green flowers through spring followed by bearded fruit.
- Australian Native Plants Society Canberra Region Inc., Australian Plants: for Canberra region gardens and other cool climate areas, 4th Edn, 2001.
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