Clematis alpina

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Clematis alpina, Mill. (Atragene alpina, Linn.). Sts. 3-5 ft., slender, with prominent joints becoming swollen with age: lvs. once or twice ternate, with ovate or ovate lanceolate lfts., serrate or incised; many petal-like stamens, which are devoid of anthers; sepals 4, bright blue. Spring. N. W. N. Amer., Siberia to S. and Cent. Eu. B.M. 530 (as var. austriaca). Gn. 46:318; 57, p. 481. R.H. 1855:321. L.B.C. 3:250. G.W. 10, p. 82. H.W. 3, p. 16.—A very hardy climber, preferring a northern exposure. Var. sibirica, Kuntze (var. alba, Hort. Atragene sibirica, Linn.). Fls. white or nearly so. B.M. 1951. L.B.C. 14:1358. R.H. 1855:321. Var. occidentalis, Gray. Petal-like stamens very few, and often bearing rudimentary anthers. Rocky Mts. CH

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