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Clematis 'Hatherly'

Clematis 'Hatherly' was a seedling of tibetana vernayi, probably crossed with tangutica, had lantern-shaped flowers with thick orange-yellow tepals and was raised at the Hatherly Laboratories, University of Exeter. This information came, verbally, from the then head of the laboratories and is recorded in a Devon NCCPG publication "The Magic Tree".

Our thanks to Trevor Wood for this information.

Group:Tangutica group
Pruning:Hard prune (Group 3)
Country of origin:United Kingdom
Date raised: infodotb1966
Parentage: infodot?orientalis x tangutica
Other name(s):'Hatherliensis'; orientalis 'Hatherly'; Mis-spelling: 'Hatherley'

Database entry: 2180