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Year 2000; and Year 2001 now being added at foot of page
This section comprises some clematis of wider origin. One or two are seedlings I've picked up as new germinants along the way, others I've grown from seed of known plants, although the pollinator may not be known. Brief notes accompany each picture.
Five daughters of C. 'Joan Baker'
Below is Clematis 'Joan Baker' bred by Mr Bill Baker of Tidmarsh, Berkshire; it resulted from seed of Clematis texensis 'Etoile Rose', pollinated, it is thought, (by Mike Brown, Chairman of B.C.S.) by a C. campaniflora x viticella hybrid plant.
Seed of 'Joan Baker' was obtained from the British Clematis Society Seed Exchange; the seed was set on 30/5/98, resulting in four seedlings germinating 6/2/99, the first flowers appearing in August 2000. The four plants' flowers are shown below:
1. Seedling number G23A
2. Seedling no. G23B
Seedlings G23B and G23C managed flowers only late-on in the season - probably the flowers will be earlier and have a better chance next year.
3.Seedling no. G23C
4. Seedling no. G23D
Another extremely floriferous young seedling - first flowers - a later germination from the same batch of seed, that is, another seedling of Joan Baker, June 2001: seedling G101:
A beautiful "koreana-type" seedling given to me as a tiny germinant by the great and generous Vince Denny:
Seedling G16: Clematis viticella hybrid seedling:
Two daughters of Barry Fretwell's C. macropetala 'Snowbird';
Awaiting flowers next spring (2001) from G18C and G18D!
Seedling G9 is quite exciting (only to me of course!) because it resembles the famous C. 'alba luxurians' in form, but has a purple (I'm assured) tint instead of white:
August 2000 August 2001
First flowers were August 2000. Note the extremely long flower stalks
Another viticella seedling, G15, first flowers:
Seedling G26, a daughter of C. 'Golden Tiara':
New flowers 2001 season:
G99; C. viticella-hybrids "seed mixture"
G45 daughter of "Aljonushka"
T141- C. koreana-derived hybrid:
T109 - Another atragene-derived hybrid, from the same batch of seedlings: