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Clematis vitalba (also known as Old man's beard and Traveller's Joy) by Sarah Burg

Clematis vitalba (also known as Old man's beard and Traveller's Joy)


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29.11.2008 at 23:30h
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According to Wikipedia, a climbing shrub with branched stems, deciduous leaves, and scented greeny-white flowers with fluffy underlying sepals. The fruits have an overlying silky appendage lengthwise on the plant.
The seeds are disseminated by the wind. Unfortunately, it has a bad name and in In New Zealand it is declared an "unwanted organism" and cannot be sold, propagated or distributed. It is a threat to native plants since it grows vigorously and forms a canopy which smothers all other plants. It reminds me of the frivolous hats as worn in the fifties.


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Jens R. Diercks , 29.11.2008 at 23:55h

Wunderbar, jetzt weiß ich wenigstens, wie diese "Blümchen" heißen. Oft genug kann man die im Winterhalbjahr bewundern.

Johannes Ekart, 30.11.2008 at 9:15h

Eine wunderschöne Aufnahme

photom , 3.12.2008 at 20:47h

wunderschön, es sieht ja fast aus wie Wollgras.
sehr gutes Bild mit wunderbaren farben und schönem Schärfeverlauf.
das ist ja eine ganz tolle Sorte der clematis.
LG, Tom

Manfred, 7.12.2008 at 21:43h

Ein Meisterwerk von Dir. Ganz exzellent - gefällt mir super gut.

VG Manfred

Alfred Spectrum, 10.12.2008 at 2:30h

They look very pretty, I have never seen these before.

Lady Durchblick, 12.01.2009 at 21:50h

wunderschön... Deine Clematis.... feine Aufnahme
vg Ingrid

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