Clematis



As many may know I LOVE my garden, so today when I got in from work I thought I would show you some pictures of the clematis that are currently flowering, now its a bit rainy and dull here in Cumbria today, and Pleeeease don't ask me the names of the clematis as I couldn't tell you as I pick them for their colour and shape, but I do know that Snow Queen and Mile a minute and Nelly Moser are there.

22 comments:

Barbara said...

They're gorgeous, Su!!!

Annemarie said...

Wowie! Alas, no sign of any flowers on my clematis just yet!

Isabelle said...

Beautiful flowers, Su! Thanks for sharing :)

Vonna said...

Clematis...oh, I love them too :)
Yours are gorgeous Su :)

lena-lou said...

The start of beautiful blooms in your garden, we have bluebells at the moment ;-)

Stitchingranny said...

Beautiful Sue, think I will have to get out there and take some pictures of mine. Its been raining all day but we have a little late sunshine now here in our little corner of Derbyshire.

KarenV said...

Beautiful! Our Nelly Moser isn't flowering yet this year, which is a bit strange. We also have something similar to the pale lilac one as well. Lovely pics, thanks for sharing.

Stitch Wizard said...

You just have such a beautiful Garden Su!! How nice! I may have to get some of those for here! Debby :)

xstitch.nl said...

Gorgeous flowers... inspiring too! Perhaps a trip to the garden centre is in order... :o)

Vee said...

Beautiful flowers. I just discovered a Nelly Moser in my garden. I'd forgotten I'd planted it...hubby thought it was a weed and kept pulling it up each year so this was the first time it was allowed to bloom.

By the way...He always asks now before he digs or pulls :-)

S said...

Your clematis are beautiful!! I have one (white small flowers) that blooms aug/sept, the fragrance fills my house - its wonderful.
ENJOY your blooms!!

cathymk said...

They are beautiful Su!
I love clematis but unfortunatly our climate in Western Australia is too harsh for them.

Nicki said...

Oh they're gorgeous! I love clematis :) I'm green with envy! :)

Carol said...

Ooh I am envious Su...bet your garden looks a picture! I haven't even got a blade of grass, but the garden is beginning to take shape now after the self-build...it's not looking so much like a builders yard any more! We should be ready to lay turf next weekend...can't wait to look out and see a bit of green! :o)

Munners said...

Ah, your clematis are gorgeous! They are one of my favourite plants, but alas we've only room for the one in our tiny garden.

Karoline said...

They're gorgeous Su, thanks for sharing

Carol said...

Thanks for sharing your gorgeous garden photos! It is a cold, rainy funeral day here - the photos really perked me up!! :-)

Cathy said...

What a lovely clematis!

Dianne said...

Beautiful! Can I ask where you have them planted? On a fence?
I just bought one today. I had a pretty purple one which I don't see any more and a lime green one that was planted in the wrong area.

Margaret said...

Gorgeous clematis Su. Makes me a little homesick for our Dutch garden that DH always had so full of beautiful plants. The dessert garden is lovely but just doesn't compare.

Von said...

Such beautiful clematis, Su! I really want to add more to my garden and yours are so inspirational. :D

Sheilasembroidery said...

The middle right one is a Montana, the one that grows well here in the North East a beautiful plant for the spring, it covers walls, sheds, greenhouses, in fact anything it can climb up. I am looking forward to getting back home to see if some of my big clematis have flowered yet, when I left there were some very big buds - much earlier than usual.
Sheilasembroidery

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