- Flower nameClematis napaulensis
- Scientific nameClematis napaulensis
- AliasClematis napaulensis, Clematis, クレマチス
- Place of originNepal
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonJanuary, December
- Language of flowersNoble-minded
What is Clematis napaulensis
Clematis napaulensis (scientific name: Clematis napaulensis) is a vining dwarf herb native to Nepal, in the family Ranunculaceae. It is a clematis of the original and silhosa type. It is native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. It goes dormant in summer and blooms in winter. The color of the flowers is milky white with a green tinge (the green turns from green to off-green as the flowering progresses). The flowers are distinguished by the many long, thick, brown stamens that emerge from the center of the flower.
Variety: winter flowering, original Silhosa type.
Flower color: milky white with a green tinge; petal shape: bell-shaped.
Flowering season: December-January, flower diameter: 3 cm.
Flowering style: Downward, Flower size: Small, Fruit ball: Silvery white.
Common name: Clematis napaulensis, scientific name: Clematis napaulensis, Origin: Nepal, Vine length: 250-400 cm, Leaf shape: 3- or 2-fold compound leaf, leaf petiole coils around other leaflets, leaf margin: small. 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: above, uses: potted, balcony, hedge, note: stems and leaves are toxic.