Clematis



any of numerous plants or woody vines of the genus Clematis, including many species cultivated for their showy, variously colored flowers.
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The Touchstone Edith Wharton
Clematis Bertha B. Cobb
Clematis Bertha B. Cobb
Clematis Bertha B. Cobb
Atm Caroline Augusta Frazer
Clematis Bertha B. Cobb
Clematis Bertha B. Cobb
Clematis Bertha B. Cobb
Clematis Bertha B. Cobb
Clematis Bertha B. Cobb

noun
any N temperate ranunculaceous climbing plant or erect shrub of the genus Clematis, having plumelike fruits. Many species are cultivated for their large colourful flowers See also traveller’s joy
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