Clematis pics for Strouper

PVick(6b NYC)May 4, 2008

Here they are - all grown in containers:

Jackmanii - 5 years old. The color in the first pic is truer than the second.

The President - 4 years old

Sweet Autumn - 3 years old

Mme. Julia Correvon - the baby at 1 year old. These were the few first-year blooms she put out.

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not_a_contessa(z5b S Central PA mtns.)

I'll bet your neighbors drool with envy when they look over to your balcony! What a great show.

Mary

    Bookmark   May 4, 2008 at 11:13PM
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mnwsgal 4 MN(4)

Wonderful clematis blossoms, pvick. Mme. Julia Correvon is a favorite and one of my best bloomers. How do you winter over your plants? I grew one in a container last summer, overwintered it in my unheated garage and saw new growth when I pulled it out this spring. I have many, many clematis and get one or two new ones every year. I am trying to grow some by ws seeds. This is year two and still no germination. Hopefully this summer. My neighbor has a new wire fence and has told me he would be happy to have me grow blooming vines on it. Hurrah! More places to grow clematis!

    Bookmark   May 7, 2008 at 1:13AM
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PVick(6b NYC)

For overwintering, I just mulch the pots well. Some of them get pulled close to the building wall. The clematis stay against the railing - I was amazed at how hardy they are.

'The President" this year, blooming now:

How can you NOT love these things??

PV

    Bookmark   May 16, 2008 at 9:33AM
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tndandelion(7b Memphis)

They are gorgeous! I also have a Jackmanii but it's on my mailbox. It's been there so long that I believe that it's holding my mailbox in place. rofl (10 years, maybe?) The mailbox needs "redoing" but we'll have to do it sometime when the plant goes dormant.

    Bookmark   May 26, 2008 at 10:45PM
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proudgm_03(6 MO)

Beautiful clematis! I had to move one this past year. I dug it up, put it in a pot, and brought it indoors. It actually bloomed in the house before I could get it in the ground! I WSed some Sweet Autumn seeds but as of yet, nothing.

    Bookmark   June 11, 2008 at 12:55AM
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