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more non-vining Clematis

I was just browsing the spring bonus issue of Horticulture and there's a
picture of Clematis scottii on pg 18. "This native species is a
long-lived, clump-forming herbaceous perennial that grows to 12 inches
in height and has highly divided bluish foliage. In early spring, it
bursts into bloom with one-inch, deep blue flowers with a distinctive
turbanite shape. The flowers are followed y fuzzy sed heads...easy and
drought tolerant once established." It doesn't list zones, but the
writer covering it is in Ft. Collins Colorado, Zone 5.

neIN, Zone5

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