Clematis lasiandra is
a climbing shrub on low mountain edges with biternate compound
leaves. Leaflets are oval, measuring 2-3cm in length, with coarse
serrations on margins, and pointed tips. Current year's new branches
bear cymes at axils and set 2-3 light red-purple flowers in them.
The flowers are bell-shaped, open halfway, and comprise four
1.5-2cm-long sepals. Bloom time: August-October.