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Old 05-22-2010, 06:24 PM   #1
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Hi all you gardeners...just wanted to share a pic of my gorgeous Clematis..not sure of what type, I just know that "she" is around 6 years old and I never ever trim/cut any vines...this is the first year I have such beatuful blooms..enjoy
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Old 05-22-2010, 06:36 PM   #2
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She IS a real beauty and clematis is one of my personal favorites....seems that everyone's are doing well this year!
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Very nice!!
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Nice!! I really love all types of Clematis
let's see if I can get the pictures to load again


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She IS a real beauty and clematis is one of my personal favorites....seems that everyone's are doing well this year!
Thank you...your marvelous seeds are in there....
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Nice!! I really love all types of Clematis
What a beautiful garden! Fix us some tea....on my way! LOL!
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That is Nelly Mosser. It grows on old wood. You need a trellis or arbor because it is a vine. I love mine.
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I love your garden! I'm an avid gardener and I'm in the process of building a rose arbor in the middle of my "spacious" backyard. Which really means it's too huge to do much but subdivide it into smaller areas and "garden rooms".

I have a book on cottage gardens and will be working designing those this summer to prepare the beds come fall when I do my bulb planting. I'm always thinking a couple of seasons ahead. The only thing I do more than gardening is knitting
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Gorgeous gardens! I am so busy knitting that I don't have time to garden at all. Our poor yard is completely empty.
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