- Flower nameClematis 'Ai-Nor'
- Scientific nameClematis 'ai-nor'
- Place of origin Horticultural variety
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September
- Language of flowersNoble-minded
What is Clematis 'Ai-Nor'
Clematis 'Ai-Nor' (scientific name: Clematis 'Ai-Nor') is a horticultural cultivar of cold-hardy vine dwelling plants of the genus Clematis in the family Ranunculaceae. It is a four-seasonal flowering plant, producing large, pale purple-pink flowers from late spring to early autumn. Mr. M.A. Beskaravainaya of Ukraine bred C. 'Ville de Lyon' and (C. 'Candida' & C. 'Jackmanii Alba') as parents.
Strain: early blooming, large flowers, color: reddish purple, bloom style: single, flower diameter: 12-15 cm, flowering place: old branch, vine length: 2-2.5 m, flowering season: May-September, originator: M.A. Beskaravainaya (Ukraine)
Common name: Clematis 'Ai-Nor', Scientific name: Clematis 'Ai-Nor', C. 'Ville de Lyon' x (C. 'Candida' & C. 'Jackmanii Alba', Vine Length: above-mentioned, Leaf Form: 3-veined compound leaf or twice 3-veined compound leaf, leaf petiole wraps around other, Leaf Margin: lobes are fully margined, Inflorescence: opposite, Inflorescence: single, Flower Diameter: above-mentioned, Flowering Season: above-mentioned, Flower Color (actually, calyx color): above-mentioned, Petals: above-mentioned, Flowering Direction: above-mentioned Flowering Season: above; Flower Color (actually, calyx color): above; Petals: above; Flowering Direction: above; Flower (calyx) Shape: bell-shaped; Uses: potted plants, fences, hedges; Notes: stems and leaves are toxic.