Some new large-flowered clematis plants' first and second flowers, Year 2002
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December 1st 2001
Even a smallish house, or two, is sufficient. You only need basic materials; heating is not required.
Even by mid-January 2002, seedlings raised the previous season (1st photo) re-appear with surprising vigour and strength...by Feb 1st: some seedlings quickly develop flower buds (photo 2), which can be clearly seen. Not surprisingly, this plant, G74E, already with flower buds in February, becomes the first of the season to flower - see below. The plants have already been restricted to two vines. By the end of February; it's time to stake (3) the more-active plants..and by early March 2002 the plants are well on the way: by now all require staking (4).
It's not long before several plants are ready to flower (5 -the third bud is lower-mid right)
6. Maintain, strictly, order! April 9th 2002
New Flowers for 2002
Sequence of opening for seedling G74E:
And here is seedling G67G's sequence.. so far
Seedling G49M a really good plant, very floriferous indeed.
Seedling G53A begins to open...
Seedling of King Ed VII
Below, Seedling G65A:
Seedling of King Ed VII, lovely flower, barred.
Below, Seedling G73I
A neat, compact little plant, and with attractive foliage; even now, near the end of the season, keen to produce a flower.
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