Is that a Triffid?
Dan, it’s as big as a Tiffid!
Nice one. I like the color.
Jeff, I love the color of Diane’s clematis, too. I watered it yesterday.
Phil will be jealous.
Diane protects the clematis with Liquid Fence (which stinks to high heaven), but repels deer and rabbits. The past two years the deer would come right up to the house and eat the clematis. Now, the Liquid Fence keeps them away from the clematis.
That’s beautiful. Is it a bush or a vine?
Maggie, our clematis is a vine. Other than watering it and keeping the deer from eating it, the clematis doesn’t need much attention.
Very nice, indeed. Thanks for sharing, George.
Rick, as you know, I live in an Air Conditioned environment and seldom venture outside. But, Diane loves flowers and plants and…mulch. I thought you might like to see one of her gardening projects.
Yes, very nice. We have a friend who is very into Clematis, and I’ll be sharing the picture with her.
Diane’s clematis looks a lot like mine; I’ll try to remember to send you a photo.
The deer don’t bother the clematis. My backyard is fenced but I use Liquid Fence on the hostas and lilies to keep away rabbits.
Beth, we used to have the rabbits munching on every plant…until the foxes moved in.
George, I didn’t know there are called Clematis — thanks! I have seen them in my parts. They look lovely, almost like orchids.
I thought it said chlamydia at first!
Bob, close…but no cigar!
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