Spermatophytes (seed plants): Angiosperms (flowering plants): Eudicots: Ranunculales
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The edges of the sepals can be very hairy, but the surface is glabrous, per The genus Clematis in Georgia. Tipularia (Ware, 2009).
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Flowers can be pale yellow but are usually purple, per The genus Clematis in Georgia. Tipularia (Ware, 2009).
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Resembling C. ochroleuca but generally slightly larger w larger thicker lvs, per The genus Clematis in Georgia. Tipularia (Ware, 2009).
Native to Georgia
Documented growing wild in GA - -
Opposite, appearing alternate
Bluish, pale blue-violet to purple, or pale yellow (pale green toward tips)
4 petaloid sepals, calyx narrowly urceolate
Aggregate of achenes
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