Shrubs of Morni: Charming Clematis

November 9, 2014

Charming Clematis/ Dhanwali धनवाली (Clematis grata) is a vigorous Himalayan climber that bursts into clusters of many small cream-colored fragrant flowers with spreading petals from July to September. The climber is found up to 2500 metres. Leaves are compound – leaflets are 1″ to 3″  long, ovate, lance-shaped, strongly toothed/lobed and hairy beneath.

Clematis grata, Diyothi, Bhoj Darara (September)

Clematis grata, Diyothi, Bhoj Darara (September)

Flower clusters of Clematis grata, Diyothi, Bhoj Darara (September)

Flower clusters of Clematis grata, Diyothi, Bhoj Darara (September)

Flowers of Clematis grata, Diyothi, Bhoj Darara (September)

Flowers of Clematis grata, Diyothi, Bhoj Darara (September)

 

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