- Flower nameClematis 'Mrs. N. Thompson'
- Scientific nameClematis 'mrs n. tompson'
- Place of origin Horticultural variety
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Horticultural species, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September, October
- Language of flowersNoble-minded
What is Clematis 'Mrs. N. Thompson'
Clematis 'Mrs. N. Thompson' (scientific name: Clematis 'Mrs. N. Thompson') is a horticultural cultivar of cold-hardy vine dwelling plants of the genus Clematis (Clematis) in the family Ranunculaceae. It has a blue-purple background with thick red medium streaks vertically.
Flower color: reddish purple; blooms: single; diameter: 10-15 cm;
vine length: 1.5-3 m; flowering season: May-October.
Common name: Clematis 'matsuridaiko' , Scientific name: Clematis cv. matsuridaiko, Origin: Horticultural (origin: Southern Europe), Vine length: 150-220 cm, Leaf shape: 3- or 2-petiolate, petiolate, curled around others. Leaf margin: lobes all margined, inflorescence: opposite, inflorescence: single, flower diameter: above, flowering season: above, flower color (actually, calyx color): above, petals: above, flowering direction: above, flower (calyx) shape: bell-shaped, uses: potted, balcony, note: stems and leaves are toxic.