Clematis integrifolia group

Clematis varieties of the Integrifolia group

Clematis integrifolia is naturally distributed in Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and in some Asian regions, including China. Its main features are that it is a semi-shrub with entire simple leaves, which is not very characteristic of the Clematis genus. It is a winter-hardy species: therefore, varieties of the Integrifolia group winter well in regions with harsh winters.


Clematis Alionushka
‘Alyonushka’ – one of the most popular bush varieties of clematis. The variety is very winter-hardy, unpretentious and abundantly flowering, but the plants require support (although they do not cling). It grows and winters well in all U.S. states, as well as in Canada. In warmer countries it has no problems at all.

  • Pruning Group: 3 (Heavy)
  • Height: 4.9 feet to 6.6 feet (1.5-2 m)
  • Flower Size: Approximately 2-2.4 inches (5-6 cm), bell-shaped
  • Flower Color: Pinkish-lavender
  • USDA Zone: 4-9

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