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Clematis 'Pied Piper'

Small, flattish, faintly scented, semi-double, flowers pale, creamy yellow at the centre of the tepal shading through pale pink to a deep pink margin. Yellow anthers on white filaments. Fruit heads persistent. So named because of the similarity of the flowers to the Pied Piper of Hamelin’s "gypsy coat of red and yellow" in Robert Browning's poem.

  
Group:Montana group
Fragrant:Yes
Flowering period(s): infodotApr
Pruning:No pruning (Group 1)
Raised by:Robin Mitchell
Country of origin:New Zealand
Date raised: infodotn2009 i2010
Parentage: infodotUnknown
Other name(s):None known
  
Further detail:  infodot
Flower diameter: 4cm
Tepals (outer) 4; 2.2cm long, 1.3cm wide, oval with blunt tip, gappy, wavy margins; inner tepals, few, ovate-lanceolate, long-pointed
Leaves: ternate

Database entry: 3783