I'd be happy to, OkGardner. It's a clematis called 'Sprinkles.' I discuss it briefly in the section on clematis (http://davesgarden.com/guides/articles/view/2654/). The trick with clematis is to have its roots cool and moist and the vines in the sun. You might find such a location along a fence or even along the foundation of a building. If the roots must be located in sun or part sun, it's a good idea to water them well and mulch them to a depth of three inches or so.
Soil acidity is also an issue. The pH should be close to neutral (7.0). It's best to test the soil in the spot where you plan to locate the plant. You can send soil samples to your local extension agent or purchase a testing kit at a nursery or garden center. They can also supply you with the appropriate amendments, if you need them.