Clematis texensis ’Sir Trevor Lawrence’ Sir Trevor Lawrence gets its endurance and good looks from a parent clematis found on the Edwards Plateau of Texas — the scarlet leather flower, C. texensis. This native is not available commercially; it’s difficult to propagate by cuttings and is very slow-growing from seed. But hybridizers have crossed it with other species to create colorful, prolific varieties.
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