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Clematis 'Hutbron' (formerly 'Fragrant Oberon')

Small, satiny, lemon-white flowers with a hint of green. Lime green stamens with a maroon base. Very fragrant. Named for Oberon, King of the Fairies, and its perfume. Evergreen. Raised (and named) by Valerie Le May Neville-Parry from a plant ('9100 male') obtained from Graham Hutchins in 2002 but originally bred in the early 1990s.

Previously known, and widely described, as 'Fragrant Oberon'.

  
Fragrant:Yes
Approximate height: infodot0.5 or less metres
Raised by:Graham Hutchins
Country of origin:United Kingdom
Other name(s):Wrongly: x cartmanii 'Fragrant Oberon'
  
Further detail:  infodot
Flower diameter: 3.3-4cm
Tepals: (5-) 6 (-8); gappy, pointed, recurved

Database entry: 3235