On Jul 15, 2004, shortcm from Wilmington, DE (Zone 7b) wrote: I grow this prostrate, although it will climb. Medium green leaves (to 5 1/2” long) are entire, ovate-lanceolate, conspicuously-veined and sessile, and will form a dense foliage clump. The flowers are followed by silvery brown seedheads. and more prolific than similar varieties. as they are mainly 'Non-Clinging' varieties. An exceptionally lovely species, it was introduced from southern Europe in 1573 and has always been one of the staple cottage garden plants. But most-often gardeners think of them as weak climbing deciduous vines. Out of stock. Clematis heracleifolia var. Suitable … Blue Ribbons Bush Clematis Clematis integrifolia 'Blue Ribbons' Sku #2243. Rate of growth. Figure 2. Print This Page. Moisture retentive soils are important but so is good drainage. Blooming profusely from early summer to early fall, this small-flowered clematis is not a vine. Semi-nodding purple blue flowers approximately 7.5-9cm in diameter produced on a moderate non clinging vine growing to 1.5-2.0mt in size. A sweetly scented species introduced from southern Europe in 1573. A herbaceous clematis that will die back to the crown over the winter, it then regrows each year creating a clump of semi-erect or scrambling stems. A superb new herbaceous clematis with a strong, upright, non-vining, shrubby habit and delicate stems of solitary, nodding, bell-shaped, indigo blue flowers. Blooms are much larger and more prolific than similar varieties. This herbaceous clematis has given rise to many cultivars. … Free flowering from June to September. Each flower appears singly atop its own slender stalk (pedicil to 8” long) from May to July with continued lesser bloom into September. Integrifolia These herbaceous clematis are clump-forming scramblers, they have non-clinging stems and can be allowed to scramble in herbaceous borders. 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