- Flower nameClematis cremea
- Scientific nameClematis japonica form cremea
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Clematis cremea
Clematis creme or White Bell vine (scientific name: Clematis japonica form cremea) is native to Japan and is a perennial of the family Ranunculoideae. White flowers bloom in the summer. What looks like a flower is calyx. In a similar flower, there is a peach blossoms (hemispheric vines, scientific name: Clematis japonica), and purple flowers are blooming. A white flower varieties of hemispheric vines have a white flower crane (white flower half bell).
Generic name: Clematis cremea, Scientific name:Clematis japonica form cremea, origin, Japan, distribution: Middle part, village length: 250 to 300 cm, flowering period: April to June, flower size: 2 to 3 cm, flower color: white.