This beautiful native variety of clematis, can be found scrambling over walls and hedgerows, with its delicate flowers, showing between July and September.
It is actually part of the buttercup family, favouring chalky soil and was found originally in the South of England, however can now be found in many areas of the UK.
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Trusses of faintly fragrant greenish-white flowers followed by the distinctive old mans beard seeds. Woody climber. Flowers July-September.