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Clematis Ochrolueca "Curleyheads"

Posted by tking20 10 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 24, 14 at 13:24

I've been after this plant since seeing it at botanical garden.
I called two nurseries that specialize in native plants but both had none to sell, though one was taking cuttings for next year. It seems that this is an heirloom plant that is passed down, not so much sold.

Does anyone have suggestions on where to find this cultivar?

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RE: Clematis Ochrolueca "Curleyheads"

Different variety, spelling is different also, but thought you may be interested: Clematis ochroleuca 'Bald Knob'

Here is a link that might be useful: Plant Delights Nursery

RE: Clematis Ochrolueca "Curleyheads"

thank you.
i'm looking into this right now. I appreciate the link.

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