Clematis variety ?


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Hi everyone, am not sure what variety this Clematis is, but its certainly a very pretty variety..
it comes back every year.. I always cut it right down to ground level ..it grows to around 8 ft ..
 

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similar to Clematis campaniflora
but there are tons of these.

Looks like a integrifolia. As @Owdboggy says, consult that link until your eyes are blurry! LOL! Definitely a viticella .

Or Clematis integrifolia is a low growing Clematis that has small blue nodding bell shaped flowers from june to sept. integrifolia can be grown in a border or is ideal for a pot on the patio.
Clematis integrifolia has a nice twisting or spiraling to the sepals
 
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Hi everyone, am not sure what variety this Clematis is, but its certainly a very pretty variety..
it comes back every year.. I always cut it right down to ground level ..it grows to around 8 ft ..
Hello Mickey:

I believe the Clematis in the photo may be Clematis x 'Praecox'.
It is a hybrid of C. tubulosa crossed with C. x jouiniana. Clematis x jouiniana is itself a cross between C. tubulosa and C. vitalba.
Clematis
x 'Praecox' is placed in the Heracleifolium Group and in Pruning Group 3.
 
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