Clematis baldwinii

pine-hyacinth

Rannunculaceae

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Plant Specifics

Form: flower
Life Span: long-lived perennial
Size: Height: 1.0 - 1.5 ft    Width: 1.0 - 2.0 ft
Flower Color: flower color      lavender
Fruit Color: fruit color      white
Phenology: winter dormant
Noted for: Showy flowers, showy fruits, interesting foliage

Landscaping

Recommended Uses: Wildflower gardens in piney areas.
Considerations: Easily lost in flower beds.
Propagation: Seed, but no easy methods.
Availability: Native nurseries, Friends
Light: light requirement   light requirement   light requirement  
Moisture Tolerance:
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Salt Tolerance: Not salt tolerant
Soil or other substrate: Sand
Soil pH Range: neutral to slightly acidic

Ecology

Wildlife:
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Pine-hyacinth attracts many pollinators, from native bees and butterfly to bumblebees. Birds and other wildlife consume fruit.
Native Habitats: Wet flatwoods. Scrub and sandhill

Distribution and Planting Zones

Natural Range

USDA Zones:

Map is based on minimum winter temperatures

Suitable to grow in:
   9A,9B,10A,10B

Other

Ethnobotany: The Seminole tribe used infusion of plant for sunstroke
Other Comments: In full sun areas, this plant will become close to dormant in the summer. Cutting back dried out foliage will stimulate new growth in the Fall.