Clematis terniflora is
a semi-shrub found on sunny roadsides, forest fringes, etc., having
a nature of creeping or climbing. The stems branch a lot and twist
around over grasses or small trees. Leaves, composed of 3-7 lobes,
are opposite; the leaflets are ovate-oval, thick, somewhat glossy,
the tips protrude small. From late summer into Autumn, many white
flowers, 2-3cm in diameter, bloom in panicles borne from leaf axils.