Scientific Name: Clematis crispa
Common Names: Swamp Leather Flower
A semi-woody vine native to floodplain forests, marshes and swamps. Leaves are opposite consisting of two pairs of leaflets. Solitary, bell shaped pale blue to violet flowers with white interiors bloom at branch ends. Petal-like sepals separate into 4 lobes at the rim where they are wavy and crimped curling backward.
Bloom Color(s): white, pink, purple, blue
Bloom Width: 1 - 2 in.
Plant Height: to 10 ft.
Bloom Period: March to September
Plant Family: Ranunculaceae
Growth Habit: Vine
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