Synonyms for clematis or Related words with clematis

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Examples of "clematis"
Clematis lasiantha, the pipestem clematis, is a creamy-white flowering liana vine, belonging to subgenus "Clematis" of the large "Clematis" genus.
The caterpillars feed on "Clematis vitalba" and cultivated "Clematis" species.
Clematis microphylla (Small-leaved Clematis) is one of 8 "Clematis" species native to Australia. It occurs in all states and the ACT, but not in the Northern Territory.
Clematis montana (mountain clematis also Himalayan Clematis or anemone clematis) is an early flowering plant of the genus "Clematis". A vigorous deciduous climber, in late Spring it is covered with a mass of small blooms for a period of about four weeks. The flowers are white, four-petalled, with prominent yellow anthers. It is native to mountain areas of Asia from Afghanistan to Taiwan.
The larva feed on "Clematis vitalba", "Clematis viticella" and "Anemone sylvestris".
The larvae feed on "Encelia californica", "Baccharis glutinosa", "Clematis drummondii" and "Clematis henryi".
Clematis mandshurica is a species of "Clematis" growing in North Eastern China.
The timing and location of flowers varies; spring-blooming clematis flower on side shoots of the previous year's stems, summer/fall blooming clematis bloom only on the ends of new stems, and twice-flowering clematis do both.
His first book "Making the Most of Clematis" was issued in 1977 and is now in its 3rd reprint. This was followed by "The Gardener's Guide to Growing Clematis" (1998), "Clematis for Everyone" (2000) and more recently “Clematis for Small Spaces”(2007).
Clematis armandii (also called Armand clematis or evergreen clematis) is a flowering climbing plant of the genus "Clematis". Like many members of that genus, it is prized by gardeners for its showy flowers. It is native to much of China (except the north and extreme south) and northern Burma.
Clematis orientalis is a deciduous vine or scrambling shrub of the "Clematis" species, that originates from Asia and Central Europe. Brought to United States as an ornamental plant but escaped cultivation leading to its classification as a noxious weed in some states. Common names for "C. orientalis" include Chinese clematis, Oriental virginsbower, orange peel, and orange peel clematis.
Many of the old roses had cultivars that grew very long canes, which could be tied to trellises or against walls. These older varieties are called "ramblers", rather than "climbers". Climbing plants in the traditional cottage garden included European honeysuckle ("Lonicera periclymenum") and Traveller's Joy ("Clematis vitalba"). The modern cottage garden includes many Clematis hybrids that have the old appeal, with sparse foliage that allows them to grow through roses and trees, and along fences and arbors. There are also many Clematis species used in the modern cottage garden, including "Clematis armandii", "Clematis chrysocoma", and "Clematis flammula". Popular honeysuckles for cottage gardens include Japanese honeysuckle and "Lonicera tragophylla".
Clematis pubescens, known locally as Common Clematis, is a climbing shrub of the Ranunculaceae family with white blooms, found in coastal regions of southern Western Australia.
Clematis cunninghamii (In Māori: Akangākaukiore) is one of seven species of clematis that is native to New Zealand. "C. cunninghamii" is regularly found throughout the North Island.
Clematis integrifolia is a flowering vine of the genus "Clematis". Like many members of that genus, it is prized by gardeners for its showy flowers.
Clematis viticaulis is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family known by the common names Millboro leatherflower and grape clematis.
He has displayed clematis at horticultural shows worldwide. His exhibits of clematis have been awarded 27 RHS Chelsea Show Gold medals to date (as at 2015).
"Clematis morefieldii" (Morefield's leather flower)
"C. lanuginosa" is one of the species of "Clematis" that is susceptible to the fungal plant pathogen "Phoma clematidina", which produces the sometimes fatal disease known commonly as clematis wilt. As "C. lanuginosa" and hybrids derived from it have been used extensively in the breeding of new large flowered "Clematis" cultivars, this susceptibility to the disease has been passed to many "Clematis" commonly grown in gardens.
Raymond J. Evison OBE, VMH, is a nurseryman, lecturer, author and photographer. Born in 1944 he started his horticultural career at the age of 15 in Shropshire and moved to the island of Guernsey to set up The Guernsey Clematis Nursery in 1984. In his lifetime he has introduced over 100 clematis species cultivars, and The Guernsey Clematis Nursery remains one of the largest specialist producers of young clematis plants and supplies plants worldwide, distributing its plants via both wholesale and retail channels.