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I make no apology for choosing clematis again for my Six on Saturday as I am sure most gardeners will agree that one can never have too many of them. Out of interest, and to help me remember the names … Continue reading
I have added a number of Clematis viticella to the garden and recent years; most take a couple of years or so to really begin to establish but then – my goodness! – they make up for their slow start … Continue reading
Abigail may have merely waved at us but Barney certainly shook our hand very firmly, leaving a few twiggy branches around and a couple of our neighbour’s fence panels down. Any residual breeze now carries with it the delightful scent … Continue reading
…about a post – well, several posts, posts with clematis growing up them. Firstly, in the clematis colonnade John Howells is strutting his stuff at the feet of Hagley Hybrid, the latter now flowering across the top of the structure. … Continue reading
There are many blooms in the garden this month but they are undoubtedly dominated by the roses. Even from the kitchen windows we have the pleasure of ‘Rambling Rector’, above, ‘Rural England’ (as described the other day), below: and ‘Danse … Continue reading