A close relative of Clematis tangutica, this relatively new and quite rare flower differs as its sepals are considerably more greenish-yellow rather than lemon-yellow, and are densely pubescent inside and glabrous outside rather than the other way round as with C. tangutica!
Sow seeds at any time onto a good soil-based compost covering seeds with fine grit or compost to approximately their own depth. We recommend germinating at 15 to 20 degrees C. Germination may be very slow, perhaps 2-3 months, or sometimes much longer, and these seeds may sometimes wait for spring before emerging. Grow on individual seedlings in 3 inch pots before finally planting with climbing support in a well-drained spot or very large pot.
Packet Content:10+ (Approx)