- Flower nameClematis 'Beads Jubilee'
- Scientific nameClematis cv. bees jubilee
- Place of origin Horticultural variety
- Place of flowering
- Flowering season
- Language of flowersNoble-minded
What is Clematis 'Beads Jubilee'
Clematis 'Beads Jubilee' (scientific name: Clematis cv. Bees Jubilee) is a horticultural variety of clematis, a cold-resistant deciduous perennial plant that belongs to the family Ranunculaceae. It is a patent system bred from the original species “Kazaguruma”, and it blooms a large flower with dark pink stripes on a light pink background.
Common name: Clematis 'Beads Jubilee', Scientific name: Clematis 'Bees Jubilee', Origin: Horticultural variety, Vine length: 180-220 cm, leaf shape: 3 emergence double leaf, 2 times 3 emergence double leaf, wrap around other things with petiole, leaf edge: leaflet is completely related, leaf order: antibiotic, inflorescence: single life , Flower diameter: 12-18 cm, flowering period: blooming in all seasons from late April, flower color (actually dark blue): light pink with dark peach stripes, petals: round petals, flowering direction: top, flowers Shape: Bell, Note: Toxic to foliage.