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Latest new flowers, from May 2001: Large-flowered, and Atragenes
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(See the bottom of the page for information on the source of the seed for the following new plants.)
G47A is simple but beautiful. Bit of a shame, really, the last photo didn't turn out better.
Seedling 47C: first flower; whole plant; senescence
Seedling G49C is very pretty
^ Seedling G49F first flower ^
^ Seedling G49J first flowers^
Even as the foliage fades seedling G49M just manages a first flower in mid-October!
5 new girls chatting
Seedling G49P flowering sequence
Seedling G51A 1st & 2nd flowers
^Seedling G54D first flower^
^Seedling ^G54E ^first ^flower
As October turns into November 2001, seedling G54G manages a lovely bloom not unlike G73H, from the same seed batch.
Seedling G57A. I got up early to see this one open, but as you can see in the third photo, not early enough!
Seedling G57B ^
Seedling G67 sequence of flowering; the actual plant was much more attractive than these images show
Seedling G73G sequence of opening and fading
Seedling G73H - flowering sequence - a stunner!
Seedling G73K sequence
Seedling G80C Seedling G80D
New plants from the Atragene section:
Seedling T144 Seedling T141 Seedling T109
Seedling T143 begins to flower
Good site - for most things you'll ever need gardening-wise!
Seed sources for some of the plants shown:
1 = International Clematis Society Seed Exchange
2 = British Clematis Society Seed Exchange
3 = seed from my own plants
Other = as described
Note: Seeds sometimes germinate several at a time, over a shortish period. Where seeds are concerned it's human nature that there is always a chance of mistaken identity.
Source and notes
|G18||Seedling of plant 21 = C. macropetala 'Snowbird'|
|G26||Seedling of Golden Tiara|
|G47||2 = LFH (various Whites) mix Germ. 02/09/99|
|G49||2 = LFH (Kinugasa) Germ. 16/09/99|
|G51||2 = LFH mixture Germ. 12/09/99|
|G53||2 = seed labelled 'texensis hybrid mix'...Germ. 12/09/99|
|G54||Seedling of King Edward VII Germ. 12/09/99|
|G55||Mark Nowacki, USA C. texensis? Germ. 12/09/99|
|G57||2 = LFH mix Germ. 12/09/99|
|G60||Mark Nowacki, USA|
|G65||Seedlings of King Edward VII Germ. 02/10/99|
|G67||2 = C. patens (Nara) Germ. 17/10/99|
|G68||Mr Derrick Cunliffe|
|G72||C. patens Germ. 15/10/98|
|G73||Seedlings of King Edward VII Germ. 15/10/99|
|G74||2 C. patens (Tsuyama) Germ. 17/10/99|
|G75||C. patens Japan Germ. 29/10/99|
|G78||Peter Loos, USA|
|G80||Seedlings of King Edward VII Germ. 20/11/99|
|G82||Mark Nowacki, Austin, Texas, USA|
|G84||Peter Loos, USA|
Mark Nowacki, USA
Mark Nowacki, USA
|G100||2 = LFH mix Germ. 20/03/00|
|G103||Mark Nowacki, USA|
|G104||Norfield & Co Seed, UK|
|G105||Norfield & Co Seed, UK|
|G107||Peter Loos, USA|
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