Clematis

Definition of Clematis

Clem´a`tis   Pronunciation: klĕm´å`tĭs
n.1.(Bot.) A genus of flowering plants, of many species, mostly climbers, having feathery styles, which greatly enlarge in the fruit; - called also virgin's bower.

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blue jasmine, blue jessamine, Clematis baldwinii, Clematis crispa, Clematis lasiantha, Clematis ochreleuca, Clematis tangutica, Clematis texensis, Clematis versicolor, Clematis verticillaris, Clematis viorna, Clematis virginiana, Clematis vitalba, curly clematis, curly-heads, devil's darning needle, genus Clematis, golden clematis, leather flower, marsh clematis, mountain clematis, old man's beard, pine hyacinth, pipestem clematis, purple clematis, purple virgin's bower, scarlet clematis, traveler's joy, traveller's joy, vase vine, vase-fine, vine, Viorna baldwinii, virgin's bower
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