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Clematis 'Enoshima'

Double(? - see below), mid-blue flowers. Filaments pale yellow; anthers yellow. Named after a Japanese island.

A Japanese form mentioned in a talk by A Kaneko to the International Clematis Society in 2008. A photograph published by the raiser in Clematis International 2009 shows a single (not double) flower. Plants later circulating in Europe under this name are likewise single.

  
Raised by:Koichiro Ochiai
Country of origin:Japan
Date raised: infodotb2008
Parentage: infodotUnknown
Other name(s):None known
  
Further detail:  infodot
Tepals: 8; ovate, overlapping, slightly wavy margins

Database entry: 3508