Does this grow wild? It’s beautiful.
Comment by wordsfromanneli — April 26, 2016 @ 12:54 pm
Yes, these are wild. I don’t know if they can be domesticated. The vines get up to six feet into the overhead brush or trees and look like bluebirds in flight.
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Comment by montucky — April 26, 2016 @ 1:10 pm
Comment by wordsfromanneli — April 26, 2016 @ 2:07 pm
That’s something I’d love to find in the woods but it’s another one that doesn’t grow here. The only wild one we have has small white flowers.
Comment by New Hampshire Garden Solutions — April 26, 2016 @ 3:36 pm
We also have a white one but it blooms late in the summer.
Comment by montucky — April 26, 2016 @ 7:17 pm
Lovely inverted shaped flower. Thanks and congrats.
Comment by nvsubbaraman — April 26, 2016 @ 4:45 pm
Isn’t it strange, in your part of the world Clematis is a wild flower and where I live they are cultivated and regarded as ‘special’ for gardens (yards)! Very pretty.
Comment by Val — April 26, 2016 @ 5:33 pm
I also have a domestic clematis by the back door, but it is entirely different than the wild ones.
Comment by montucky — April 26, 2016 @ 7:18 pm
Clematis grows mainly in residential gardens here, but it’s so pretty against green foliage that I wish it grew in the wild. Lovely images.
Comment by Vicki — April 26, 2016 @ 5:44 pm
It is very lovely against the background of shrubbery and evergreens.
Comment by montucky — April 26, 2016 @ 7:19 pm
We have several varieties of clematis, both native and cultivated for the garden trade, but I’m not sure we have anything quite like this. It looks like its made of cellophane!
Comment by shoreacres — April 26, 2016 @ 8:50 pm
In the northwest there are four species in the genus “clematis” and this is the most unusual. The petals are quite fragile.
Comment by montucky — April 26, 2016 @ 9:01 pm
Beautiful. We had in our small garden some Clematis, but they died slowly during many years – maybe too hard winter. Thank You presenting them.
Comment by Sartenada — April 27, 2016 @ 12:29 am
These are wild and live in well protected places in the forest. They are also quite widespread so when one place may have a winter problem other places keep them protected.
Comment by montucky — April 27, 2016 @ 7:55 am
Such a pretty cool and so delicate.
Comment by Candace — April 29, 2016 @ 5:40 pm
They even appear to be flying through the trees.
Comment by montucky — April 29, 2016 @ 7:33 pm
I meant pretty color!
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