Common Name: Pine-hyacinth
Latin Name: Clematis baldwinii
Habit: A perennial, endemic, wildflower that barely reaches a height of 20 inches.
Leaves: Opposite, lanceolate to elliptic in shape with entire margins. Some may be lobed or unlobed.
Flowers: Pale purple, bell shaped, flowers appear throughout the year.
Habitat: Dry pinelands, and other dry areas with sandy soil.
Landscape: Grows in part shade with average moisture.
Range: Native to Florida.
Wildlife use: Bees use the flowers as a nectar source.