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Clematis "The President"

Clematis "The President" (Clematis)

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Can see why he got the name from. outstanding;0)

6 May, 2011


I planted this last year to grow up the old apple tree. This was to replace the one I left behind from our last house which is my ID picture! I just love the drama of it.

6 May, 2011


It certainly is dramatic Troddles I love it;0)

6 May, 2011



6 May, 2011


It looks so beautiful clinging with the tree.I had never seen clems look so perfect before.

16 Jul, 2011


I bought this a few weeks flowers yet. I hope they are as beautiful as these!!!

16 Jul, 2011


Mine have finished flowering now, so you might not have much to show until next Spring Alexandra. It's a bit too hot now I would think in Corfu....make sure you keep the roots hidden.

Thank you Camillia, I love Clematis they never fail to impress do they:-)

18 Jul, 2011


Yes, I've read that you should place stones on the base of the plant....
How do you keep it's roots hidden?
Definitely too hot here now....

19 Jul, 2011


I just put a load of grass cuttings and rest stones at the base of the plant or an old roof tile. It's just a case of keeping them shaded I think Alexandramc.

20 Jul, 2011


Never Troddles,never :)

20 Jul, 2011



20 Jul, 2011

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