This section is from the book "The Standard Cyclopedia Of Horticulture Vol2", by L. H. Bailey. See also: Western Garden Book: More than 8,000 Plants - The Right Plants for Your Climate - Tips from Western Garden Experts.
Gipsy Queen, Cripps. Deep violet. Alexandra, Jackman. Reddish violet. Star of India, Cripps. Five in. across, purple, barred with red. tunbridgensis, Cripps. Reddish purple, barred with light blue. Lay. 4 bis. I.H. 18:50. magnifica, Jackman. Rich purple, shaded with crimson, 3 bars of red in each sepal. F.M. 8:453. R.H. 1876:110. Madame Grange, Hort. Sepals very concave, purple-crimson. R.H. 1877:150. Mrs. James Bateman, Noble. Pale lavender; a probable cross of C. J. with C. lanuginosa. M. & J. 2, f. 1. F.S. 20:2053 (1779). Mrs. Moore, Jackman. Eight to 9 in. across, sepals rather narrow, white. Thomas Moore, Jackman. As Veillard Baron Veil violet, with white stamens. Madame Baron Veil. Rose-lilac. Madame Andre; carmine-violet. R.H. 1893:180. velutina-purpurea, Jackman. Flowers 4-6 in. across usualy 4, sometimes 5 or 6 sepals, blackish purple. Francois Morel .Morel Fls 4 in.across; sepals usually 4, bright violet-red. R.H 1884:444. Ville de Lyon, Morel. Flowers 5 in. across; sepals usually 6, broad, deep amaranth-red. R.H. 1899:184. Other hybrids of C. lanuginosa are the following-C. Durdndii, Kuntze (C. integrifolia or possibly C. Jackmanii x C. mtegnfoiia). Upright, to 6 ft.: leaves simple, petioled: flowers and infloresence similar to C. Jackmanii; flowers blue, 4-5 in. broad, flat, with usually
4 rarely 5 or 6recurved sepals june -sept. Gn. 49:98. Gng. 5:276 G.31:257-Here belongs probably C. Pellieri, Carr., though author gives C. lanuginosa Xrecta as the parents. R.h!
1880, p, 228,
C. lawsonana Anderson-Henry (xC. florida variety Fortunei). Fig. 989 (adapted from Floral Magazine, 1872). Flowers very large; sepals 6-8, broad, rose-purple, marked with darker veins. Aug. - Nov. G. 33:411. variety Symesiana (C. Symesiana, Anderson-Henry. XC. florida variety Fortunei). Flowers 7 in. across; sepals 6-8, pale mauve; a profuse bloomer. variety Henryi (C. Henryi, Anderson-Henry). Fig. 988. Robust plant; free bloomer: flowers creamy white, becoming fully expanded when grown in the open sun or under glass. Aug. - Nov. Gn.M. 13:348. G.M. 43:318. - It resembles more the lanuginosa parent. It is not to be confused with C. Henryii, Oliv., a Chinese species allied to C. orientalis and not in cultivation
Fig. 988. Clematis Lawsoniana variety Henryi, a derivative from C. lanuginosa. (X 1/4)
Fig. 989. Clematis Lawsoniana, one of C. lanuginosa derivatives. ( X 1/2)
C. Gablenzii (X C. patens; C. patens variety Gablenzii, Hort.). Leaves simple or 3-parted, ovate, subcordate: flowers large deep violet-blue; sepals 6-8. G.Z. 14:80. - Here belong also:
Otto Froebel, Lemoine. Leaves leathery, simple or 3-parted: flowers of fleshy texture, grayish white, sometimes becoming bluish; sepals 8, blunt, broad; anthers brownish. Imperatrice Eugenie, Carre (C. I. variety pallida XC. patens). Leaves simple or 3-parted; leaflets broad and woolly: flowers 8-9 in. across, with 8 broad, white sepals. Jeanne d'Arc, Dauvesse. Same cross as last and much like it, but the sepals are grayish white, with 3 blue bars down the center of each. Gloire de stem Julien, Carre. ( XC. patens variety plena). Plant much like C. lanuginosa, but with larger flowers: sepals 6-8, white or pale gray at first; stamens yellow. Gem, Baker (xC. Standishii). Leaves 3-parted or simple: flowers like C. lanuginosa in form; grayish blue.