R.H. 1865:71.

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

Clematis Lawsoniana variety Henryi, a derivative from C. lanuginosa. (X 1/4)

Fig. 988. Clematis Lawsoniana variety Henryi, a derivative from C. lanuginosa. (X 1/4)

Clematis Lawsoniana, one of C. lanuginosa derivatives. ( X 1/2)

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.