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Friday, June 12, 2020

Clematis montana. Picture of the Day


Clematis montana planted at the metal arch and climbing the fir trees. Part sun.

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12 comments:

  1. So pretty. Clematis are so varied, I have three in my garden.

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    1. Hi Terra! I have two different C.montana; their flowers look a bit different, but both are good climbers!

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  2. This is a most beautiful way to display this clematis. It is great that you let it romp up into the spruce.

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    1. Thank you, Lisa! For several years, they behave and stay on their supports, but then start browsing around :))

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  3. Oh my goodness, how wonderful is that? Have a lovely weekend ~ FlowerLady

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    1. Thank you, Lorraine! Hope a new week will be good!

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  4. What a magnificent setting for your clematis to explore. There is something magical about the whole atmosphere, almost as though it was chosen to exemplify peace and beauty.

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    1. Prospero, thank you so much! Big trees are certainly adding a lot to a garden, and in this case, the firs provide a background and a support to my clematis.

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  5. Maravilhoso!

    Beautiful!
    janicce.

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  6. Wow! That is amazing and beautiful! Thanks for sharing more of the beauty that surrounds you. Love & hugs ~ FlowerLady

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