OLD PHOTO FOR ID: PLZ. ID THE CLIMBER
– These are not flowers but achenes (Fruits) of Clematis species as .. has told already…..with a persistent style.
ID Req. fr climber of kaiga: During my bird study , I found this climber in the kaiga forest.
ID requested for the following attachment.
Date/Time-: 9/03/11 14:00
Location- Place, Altitude – Kaiga , Uttar Kannada, 380 mtrs
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- Wild
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Climber
Height/Length- 5 mtrs
Flowers Color – White
– More close ups could have helped us in proper ID. I feel this could be some *Clematis* sp. (Ranunculaceae Family).
– It may be Clematis but … if it is possible then please provide more close ups or large size images.
– How about Clematis gouriana ?
ID request – SJ 28June2011: I may not be adhering to guidelines by posting a flowering creeper I saw and
Yes Clematis sp.
its very popular creeper in uk too.
Looking at the leaves, I did think it might be Clematis but having been to the Chelsea Flower Show in London just 3 weeks earlier where there were a mind-boggling variety of clematis (amongst many other flowers of course) species, this one or anything similar was not seen, so I thought this one may be something else. If anyone ever has the opportunity of going the Chelsea flower show, it is highly recommended. It was absolutely stunning for the senses and soul.
This could be Clematis virginiana, in fruiting (called as “old man’s beard“!). Other common names include Devil’s darning needles, Virgin’s Bower etc.
could this be seed heads of Clematis buchananiana…
I googled virginiana and the images showed up the flower as smaller blossoms. And my image is clearly of the fruiting stage, as you confirm. I love the common names – didnt know that devils darn!
This link shows leaves and seedheads of the Virginnia bower….
ID04032011PHK 2: A climber at Alibag, Maharashtra
Wild guess, Clematis sp.
… my guess too is same as ….. similar to C. hedysarifolia, except for the loosely dentate margins of the leaves (or leaflets) in the posted plant.
I think .. pinned down the ID
even i guess Clematis hedysarifolia, flower could be of gr8 help in id.
Slender Climber: A climber with flower heads. Mt Slamet slope, 2000 m alt. ID is requested.
What about Clematis smilacifolia Wall.?
… from the description, C. smilacifolia has oppositely arranged leaves, though not sure if they are trifoliate.
Ranunculaceae week :: ¿ Clematis wightiana ? : Though in fruiting, those familiar with *Clematis*, please validate if this would be Clematis wightiana.
Viewed at Mahabaleshwar, 17.948911, 73.666043, 4432 ft asl
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identification no 020411sn1: date/time:dec11
These are achenes of Clematis species.
The fotos were taken Mid may 2010. I am waiting for flowers this year yet.
It is the first Clematis that brings flowers and color to my hausfacade. I think it is Clematis Montana Robens?
PLANT FOR ID 06122012AMF02: Plant found in Doda (J&k)
Altitude. 3746.67 feet
Habit. Shrub like, height about 3 to 4 feet.
This is Clematis sp. Ranunculaceae family..
Place : Ghangaria
Date : 16.08.2012
Clematis wightiana Wall. has no distribution in the area as per details herein.
Fwd: CLEMATIS TRILOBA : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of Clematis triloba.
The image is from a garden. The house owner must have brought it from nearby forest.
Appears out of range with distribution given as India (Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka) as per Catalogue of Life
nothing is out of range in this century of tremedous mobility of men and beast and birds. its cultivated. so all possibilities are open
I agree with you.
To me looks different from illustration at
[efloraofindia:32784] Clematis from Chitrakoot : Attachments (2). 4 posts by 3 authors.
For id pls
From Chitrakoot Aryogdham Herbal Garden
My guess Clematis armandii
I am adding the description of this plant from eflora of China as this plant is widely grown as well as native to China .. Pls see
Clematis armandii Franchet, Bull. Herb. Boissier. ser. 2, 8: 184. 1886.