Clematis integrifolia (solitary clematis) is a perennial native to Eurasia, with a name from the Greek word klematis, meaning brushwood or broken branches.
It will bloom best in full sun but will tolerate partial shade. C. integrifolia attracts pollinators and most commonly has blue flowers that are urn shaped. After flowering fluffy seed heads will emerge in autumn.
|Botanical Name||Clematis integrifolia|
|Common Name||solitary clematis|
|USDA Zone||3 thru 7|
|Light Requirement||Full Sun to Part Shade|
|Season(s) of interest||spring, summer, fall|
|Height and Spread||1.5-3ft x 2-3ft (45-90cm x 60-90cm)|
|Attracts Wildlife||Attracts Pollinators, Rarely Browsed by Mammalian Herbivores|
|Additional Information||Not Native to the US Midwest. Native to Europe and Asia|
|Location in Lurie Garden||Southwest Light Plate|