Wednesday, August 27, 2008

My Clematis....

This is growing on my fence in the back yard. I thought it wasn't going to live because a tree fell across it during a bad wind storm. I saw one growing in a lady's yard and I stopped and ask her the name and she dug a piece for me. She told me the name, but now I have forgotten. Do any of you know?

9 comments:

Judy said...

Hi Clara, I have no idea what it is but it sure is pretty. I just love flowers but can't get many to grow with all the shade in my yard. I have a clematis that has never bloomed! I hope you find out what it is. I will check back to see if anyone knows.

Ladyfromthewoods said...

It's very pretty, Clara. I wish I knew more about flowers but I have no idea what type it is. Does it smell as nice as it looks?
Teresa

Grammy said...

Dear Clara,
Sorry, I don't know what it is, but it surely is pretty, and it almost has to smell good, too. While we were gone, our friends, Mark and Allie took care of our flowers for us. We finally got rain that was falling as we made our way back into TN.
Thanks for all your comments on my blog!

bennie and patsy said...

Don't you love the little bet of cooler weather and more rain we are having ? It makes the flowers jump back out. My roses are looking better now. Did you get picture when your grandson was visiting?
Patsy

Beth said...

Clara, I'm afraid I don't know what it is either, but I do know it is lovely! I'll have to try and grow some clematis up my porch lattice next year--my morning glories are eating my house alive! :-)

Jamie Dawn said...

It sure is pretty. I'm glad it survived the tree incident.
I guess it thrived in spite of adversity.
:-)

Beverly said...

Hi, Clara, as all have said, "It sure is pretty, but I don't know what it is either."

Rachel said...

It's beautiful Clara! I have one but it's not near that big and it only gets about 5-6 blooms, but they are beautiful.

bennie and patsy said...

Clara you have been taged for a award. I love your comments, please come see.
Patsy