Clematis

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  1. Doghouse Riley

    Doghouse Riley Young Pine

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    Old favourites and newer purchases are making their appearance.

    This is in their big tub on the plinth outside the front door. It shares the space with the Mayleen that climbs up the trellis over the door.

    I'm training this one along a wire under the front bay window.

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    This is under the kitchen window.

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    On the side of the garage. There's about half dozen different ones along here, others still to flower.

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    These are old favourites on the side fence, no idea of the varieties, but three are the same.

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  3. Sjoerd

    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Lovely Clematis plants. I quite like those.
     
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    Melody Mc. In Flower

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    The one that looks like it has a double bloom is really striking. There is wild clematis here, and with a little luck a see one every few years around the time that we are looking for mushrooms. I'm always in awe.

    These are very beautiful, a perfect fit for your gardens.
     
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  5. Vroon

    Vroon New Seed

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    Thanks for sharing beautiful photos I completely agree that Clematis looks completely organic at your garden. I want to try to plant it too now.
     
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  6. Daniel W

    Daniel W In Flower

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    Those clematis are beautiful. And perfect in your garden.
     
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    Droopy Slug Slaughterer Plants Contributor

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    Oooh! Nice! Thanks for showing them. I quite like the double blue one. We can buy a similar one here, "Multi Blue", but I don't think it's as pretty as yours.
     
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    Lucky you. I have tried clematis multiple times, at least 4 or 5 so far and nothing. Most of those were alive when I got them. Three were lovely purple ones, and one was a lavender one called H.F. Young (I forgot what the initials stand for). That lavender one was a dud, and they refunded my money. This year it was a dark purple one, and it died on me after getting off to a good start. It keeled over dead after a few weeks.
     
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    Pacnorwest Seedling

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    99F4A3AA-1993-484E-B31A-F723D06346CD.jpeg 1B9F2C98-CABF-4DE9-87A1-1957275AFFE6.jpeg Very nice clematis collection. I have a few my fav is always a huge bloomer…
     
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