Plant ID forum→name of this vine?

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orange county, New York State.
sj6x
May 7, 2020 8:00 AM CST
Does anyone know the name of this vine? It first grows upright and then falls over as summer progress. I've attached a late summer image and what it looks like now in early spring. I'm not sure if it flowers or not as I didn't discover it until late summer, when I moved it to the flowerbed.
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Name: Sue Taylor
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kniphofia
May 7, 2020 8:02 AM CST
A Clematis of some kind.

SoBklyn
May 7, 2020 8:10 AM CST
It looks like sweet autumn clematis. If it is, it will produce masses of small white starry flowers in autumn. It can be invasive.
orange county, New York State.
sj6x
May 7, 2020 9:25 PM CST
NancyDennig said:It looks like sweet autumn clematis. If it is, it will produce masses of small white starry flowers in autumn. It can be invasive.


hmm. it doesn't flower in the autumn, but it could be flowering in the spring. I discovered it around July last year and put it in the flowerbed. it's also doesn't climb or stick to anything. it just "hangs". leaves are small. size of a nickel.
Name: Sue Taylor
Northumberland, UK
Charter ATP Member Bulbs Bookworm Amaryllis Houseplants Annuals
Garden Photography Lover of wildlife (Black bear badge) Foliage Fan Bee Lover Region: United Kingdom I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database!
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kniphofia
May 8, 2020 1:12 AM CST
There are lots of herbaceous Clematis as well which don't climb but rather scramble through the border.

Mrs Robert Brydon is a fairly common one.

Clematis 'Mrs. Robert Brydon'
orange county, New York State.
sj6x
May 8, 2020 4:27 AM CST
NancyDennig said:It looks like sweet autumn clematis. If it is, it will produce masses of small white starry flowers in autumn. It can be invasive.


hmm. it doesn't flower in the autumn, but it could be flowering in the spring. I discovered it around July last year and put it in the flowerbed. it's also doesn't climb or stick to anything. it just "hangs". leaves are small. size of a nickel.

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