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Clematis terniflora Michael Meisenburg, Ken Langeland, and Kurt Vollmer2 A Japanese clematis has smothered a Southern magnolia in a natural, wooded area of Gainesville, FL. Clematis terniflora
Japanese clematis, Clematis terniflora (D.C.) Ranuculaceae 2 Clematis Clematis C. virginianaC. catesbyana Leaves of the invasive Japanese clematis usually have entire margins (smooth edges with no serrations). Japanese clematis leaves can have some teeth along the margins and light green down the middle. Leaf petioles wrap around vegetation to support climbing vines. Clematis stems are distinctive with their swelled nodes every 6-8 inches.
Japanese clematis, Clematis terniflora (D.C.) Ranuculaceae 3 Flowers of Japanese clematis. A cluster of Japanese clematis seeds. These seeds are not quite mature as evidenced by their light color. The toothed leaves of native Clematis (such as these C. catesbyana) aid in distinguishing them from the invasive C. terniflora. Preventative. C. virginianacatesbyana Clematis. Mechanical. Biological. Clematis Chemical.
Japanese clematis, Clematis terniflora (D.C.) Ranuculaceae 4 Clematis terniflora Clematis terniflora Clematis terniflora: Sweet Autumn Clematis Clematis terniflora Floridata: Invasive Plant List: Planting for a Livable Delaware.