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Clematis 'Monstrosa'

Single or semi-double, white flowers tinged or spotted green. Yellow stamens. Usually there is a ring of stalked simple or ternate leaves just below the flower, sometimes almost white. This form was apparently introduced from Japan by von Seibold in 1836 as C bicolor monstrosa

Group:Early large-flowered group
Flowering period(s): infodotMay Jun
Raised by:Van Houtte
Country of origin:Belgium
Date raised: infodotf1854
Other name(s):bicolor monstrosa; 'Bicolor Mostrosa'; monstrosa; patens var monstrosa; patens 'Monstrosa'; azurea monstrosa
Further detail:  infodot
Tepals (single form): 6-7; lanceolate, tapered at base, pointed.

Database entry: 2454