Clematis crispa Overview
This species is a deciduous climber. The leaves are ovate to lance-shaped and medium green. The flowers are produced in single purple-blue bell-shaped blooms in the summer.
How to propagate Clematis crispa
Sow the seeds as soon as they are ripe, divide or take cuttings in the spring-time.
Other uses of Clematis crispa
Grown for their mass of flowers, which can be grown on trellises and walls. Suitable for coastal conditions.