Among the Sweet Autumn Clematis September 11, 2018 / Rebecca The fragrant white flowers of the Sweet Autumn Clematis attract a number of tiny creatures that find food and shelter among its vines. “Many things grow in the garden that were never sown there.” ~Thomas Fuller Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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All beautiful and delicate creatures enjoying this pretty clematis Rebecca.
This is one of those plants that keeps multiplying, but it’s hard to complain since they have such beautiful, showy flowers and bring welcome guests.
I thought I saw that same plant yesterday at the Park – I don’t recall seeing it in bloom before because I spend more time in the first loop where all the birds, squirrels and waterfowl are, but I was checking on the turtle nest on that side of the Park. As to the plant, I even bent down to smell it because I thought it was honeysuckle and it had no smell. So, I’ll bet that is what I saw at Council Point Park. Unfortunately, no guests on it though.
Lovely flower and visitors!
Thanks, Eliza! They certainly brighten up a yard.