Clematis fremontii, Hamilton County.
Significance. This is the second known population of C. fremontii in Tennessee, where it is an S1, listed endangered species. The other Tennessee population occurs at a small, remnant cedar glade beside Adams Road in Hixson, Hamilton County. Aside from one population of about 25 individuals on property owned by Berry College in north-west Georgia (S1), C. fremontii is not found elsewhere east of the Mississippi River. Its range includes north-central Kansas (S5), south-central Nebraska (S3), disjunct populations in southern and eastern Missouri (S1), and one county in northern Arkansas (S1).