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Can you identify this clematis?

Posted by lismari 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 18, 13 at 1:29

Bought this one on sale at Home Depot. The lighter-colored flower at the top was the bloom it had at HD. The smaller, deeper-colored flowers bloomed after I planted it.
Now, the ID stick in the plant said it was a "Snow Queen" clematis, but I know it must be a mistake because "Snow Queen is a white clematis, right?

Anyway,if anyone can identify this one for me I'd appreciate it. The colors in the photo are true to life.

Thanks!


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RE: Can you identify this clematis?

Looks like my Moonfleet. They open deep purple and fade to a pale purple (almost white). Also I know HD had many Moonfleets near me this year :)


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RE: Can you identify this clematis?

Well, here I am again, still wondering what the heck this Clematis is! I thought that, yes...it must be a Moonfleet, but now in its second year, I noticed that it's one of my first clematis to bloom. It set buds in April, and bloomed in mid May! The blooms are large, too. I went to Clematis on the Web and entered the info on this one, and the search came back as 'Baltyk, which is an early flowering Group 2 clem. I'm now assuming that this mystery clem of mine is a group 2, but is it a Baltyk? Here's a pic I took this past weekend. Any opinions? Thanks!

This post was edited by lismari on Mon, Jun 2, 14 at 12:44


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RE: Can you identify this clematis?

How about Elsa Spath?


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RE: Can you identify this clematis?

Hey! I think we have a winner! It looks exactly like Elsa Spath. Thank you!


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