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Clematis Jouiniana Praecox rambling through sambucus 'Nigra' and a pittosporum.

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By Louise1


Clematis Jouiniana Praecox rambling through sambucus 'Nigra' and a pittosporum.

This pale blue, tiny flowered clematis is allowed to roam wild through the shrubs in the north facing border.



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How lovely that looks!!!

2 Aug, 2010

 

Thanks Wagger, i like to see it there, you can also see the leaves of Ville de Lyon there too, mid-leftish !

3 Aug, 2010

 

'Spotted'. Is that flowering yet? It must look stunning against the sambucus.

3 Aug, 2010

 

It flowered early, about June time and it's now produced a few more flowers but not many.
Last year it didn't have an early flush, it just flowered properly at 'this' time.
It 'does' look lovely against the sambucus :-))

3 Aug, 2010

 

How odd - I thought it was a type 3.

3 Aug, 2010

 

Nothing does as it's meant to here :-//

3 Aug, 2010

 

Makes life interesting!

3 Aug, 2010



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