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Coronilla Valentina Glauca Citrina...just flowering now..


Coronilla Valentina Glauca Citrina...just flowering now.. (Coronilla valentina (Coronille))

..and the perfume is heavenly. This is in a large pot in the shelter of the cover at my front door. It's facing South East, so as well as shelter, it also gets plenty of whatever sun is available. Not fully hardy, but I think....this will be ok..maybe! :) Lovely thing to greet you when you come in though! Evergreen short climber.



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That is gorgeous Karen

4 Oct, 2011

 

agree nice one Karen :))))))))))

4 Oct, 2011

 

Crystal clear colours.

4 Oct, 2011

 

Truly stunning!

4 Oct, 2011

 

Thank you all...it's very pretty and very dainty. A lovely plant flowers late summer through the winter.

4 Oct, 2011

 

Very nice :o)

4 Oct, 2011

 

Beautiful flower in a lovely pot K...:>)

4 Oct, 2011

 

I agree, Karen...lovely flowers and leaves...a little ray of sunshine on the doorstep :)

5 Oct, 2011

 

..yes, and the scent of summer too....bliss!

5 Oct, 2011

 

A bit same shape as a wild vetch but obviously a different colour I like that a lot. So pretty.

5 Oct, 2011

 

yes, I do love wild vetch...all the vetches....their blue and mauve colours...gorgeous! It's really nice. There's another one, a little hardier on my new blog.....Evergreen Canary Broom...similar flowers, different leaves and a shrub rather than a climber. It's lovely too.

5 Oct, 2011

bik
Bik
 

nice ''kitrino''=yellow.

11 Oct, 2011

 

Thanks Bik, it is a lovely lemony shade.

11 Oct, 2011

bik
Bik
 

Im planning to buy a couple of c. viticelas
and a couple of bulevard collection from''Taylors clematis uk''
whats your opinion?
Ill place them in East sunny and hot point in front of our balcony.

12 Oct, 2011

 

Great Bik..I don't know how they will cope with your climate. You will certainly need to keep watering and find a way to keep the roots cool.

12 Oct, 2011



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