What is Clematis terniflora
Clematis terniflora or Sweet Autumn Clematis , scientific name:Clematis terniflora , is fallen leaves perennial climbing plant of the family Ranunculaceae , genus Clematis native to Japan, China and Korea. In the summer, from the axil cymose inflorescence 3 out the white small four-valve flowers (actually sepals). Similar to see Clematis apiifolia (Peony vine), but not cut leaves of Clematis terniflora, see Clematis apiifolia has cut button leaf-like. In addition, clematis terniflora is a grass, see Clematis apiifolia and become woody at the base, grouped into trees. Poisonous plants of Ranunculaceae.
Common name: Clematis terniflora, scientific name:Clematis terniflora, origin: Japan, China, Korean peninsula distribution: Japan around the Habitat: wild life type: perennial vine of deciduous, height: 3-5 m, leaf margin: entire, leaf: odd pinnately compound leaves, phyllotaxis: opposite, leaf numbers: five, flower shape: 3 out cymose inflorescence flowering August-September Flower (actually is a sepal color): white, flower diameter (diameter sepals): 2-3 cm, petals (actually modified calyx) number: small 4-petaled flowers, the number of stamens and pistils: many blooming flowers (sepals) for: full throttle up, fruit: achene