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A Concise Handbook of Climbers, Twiners and Wall Shrubs (1906)  Page(s) 55.  
 
Clematis Cirrhosa (Tendrilled Clematis).  S. Europe, N. Africa.  1596.  12 feet.  Evergreen.  Flowers cream coloured, downy on the outside, smooth within, growing from the leaf fascicles.  January and February.  Syns. C. Balearica (Pers).; C. pedicillata; C. polymorpha; C. semitriloba.
A hardy species, which is able to stand a good deal of frost, but it is sometimes cut down to the ground and should, therefore, be planted in a sheltered corner.  (Montana type.)

Australian Rose Annual (1952)  Page(s) 13.  
 
Harry Hazlewood.  The New Roses of 1952.  Claude  (Mallerin 1950). Large Indian red blooms of 25 petals which are showing considerable promise.  Further flowering will be watched with keen interest.  

A Concise Handbook of Climbers, Twiners and Wall Shrubs (1906)  Page(s) 55.  
 
Clematis Campaniflora.  (Bell-fllowered Clematis). Portugal.  1810.  12 to 18 feet.  Flowers small, bell-shaped, purplish white, fragrant.  June and July.  Syns. C. campanulata; C. crispa (Hort); C. parviflora; C. revulata; C. viornioides.
A slender climber, with bi-ternately, pinnate leaves.

A Concise Handbook of Climbers, Twiners and Wall Shrubs (1906)  Page(s) 55.  
 
Clematis Calycina.  Minorca.  1783.  12 feet.  Evergreen.  Flowers bell-shaped, about 2 inches across, yellowish-white with oblong red spots inside, downy on the outside; peduncles one-flowered.  January to March.  Syn. C. Balearica. (Rich).
A very pretty plant, but it is hardy only in the south and should be planted in sheltered spots or in a cool greenhouse. (Montana type.)

A Concise Handbook of Climbers, Twiners and Wall Shrubs (1906)  Page(s) 55.  
 
Clematis Apiifolia (Celery-leaved Clematis). Japan.  10 feet.  Dull white.  August to September.  Syns. C. japonica; C. virginiana.  A strog climber, with ternately cleft leaves.

A Concise Handbook of Climbers, Twiners and Wall Shrubs (1906)  Page(s) 54.  
 
Clematis Æthusifolia.  Mongolia.  1861.  From 4 to 6 feet.  A dwarf, sub-shrubby plant.  Flowers campanulate, yellowish-white.  August and September.  Syn. C. nutans, var. Æthusifolia.
A pretty species with small, doubly-pinnate leaves; the var. Latisecta (North China, 1869) differs from the type in having larger leaf segments and in the leaf edges being irregularly toothed; both are quite hardy.  (Graveolens type.)

A Concise Handbook of Climbers, Twiners and Wall Shrubs (1906)  Page(s) 54.  
 
Principal garden varieties of Clematis:
Viorna type.  (July to September.)
Coccinea hybrids.
Sir Trevor Lawrence... Crimson, bell-shape.

A Concise Handbook of Climbers, Twiners and Wall Shrubs (1906)  Page(s) 54.  
 
Principal garden varieties of Clematis:
Viorna type.  (July to September.)
Coccinea hybrids.
Grace Darling... Bright rosy-carmine, star shape.

A Concise Handbook of Climbers, Twiners and Wall Shrubs (1906)  Page(s) 54.  
 
Principal garden varieties of Clematis:
Viorna type.  (July to September.)
Coccinea hybrids.
Duchess of York... Pale blush pink, deeper in the centre, bell-shape.

A Concise Handbook of Climbers, Twiners and Wall Shrubs (1906)  Page(s) 54.  
 
Principal garden varieties of Clematis:
Viorna type.  (July to September.)
Coccinea hybrids.
Duchess of Albany... Bright pink, deeper in centre, fading at the edges.
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