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Monday, 11 January 2016

garden in the winter

Winter flowering clematis  - Clematis urophylla "Winter Beauty",
yes, it is supposed to flower in the winter.


Roses, Lace and Brocante said...
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Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

What a joy to have a clematis that flowers in winter!
That will be added to my gardening notebook to ask for on my next visit to the garden centre!
Does it have a perfume Radka?

Anneliese said...

This is so beautiful! Glad that you took pictures. - About the blogger change. I have really no idea - I might have seen it but paid no attention to it. I let things go as they do. Anyway I won't loose you!

Klaudia said...

Wow, clematis at winter;-)...a wonderful picture!

*.:。✿*Herzlichen Gruß Klaudia*✿。.:*
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Daniela Bencúrová said...

Radka, nádherné má kvety, záhrada ti kvitne aj v zime, perfektnéééé!

Pettas said...

Clematis in wintertime! Wow! So beautiful!

margaret said...

how beautiful, I have a few carnations, a bit of lavender, one hydrangea in flower and a couple of roses in flower along with a couple of snowdrops but no doubt will lose them all no the cold is coming

Gudrun said...

It´s crazy:-))But wonderful.

Lin said...

It's a beauty Radka. xx

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