Friday, April 2, 2010

Clematis armandii

A relatively unfussy clematis, Clematis armandii is evergreen, providing a nice alternative to deciduous Clematis spp.

It's flowering now.

This plant, in the corner of the fence outside our breakfast room window, in spite of losing branches over the couple of years to (maybe) Clematis wilt, has managed to survive quite nicely to produce a lovely array of white to pink flowers.

Quite nice.

2 comments:

  1. It looks lovely but I'm pretty sure it's not hardy here in zone 3. I'll just have to enjoy it virtually.

    Christine in Alaska

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  2. Wonderful, I can't wait for mine to begin flowering - it's just started to grow!

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