May 17, 2009

Clematis flower "Omoshiro"

Omoshiro is slowly opening flowers - that's exciting process - look at this beauty.
It is not opened fully yet.... but you need to see it.... and don't judge the color of the flower yet - it will be much lighter (if the label on the pot is matching the plant.... ehe we'll see in few days).

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Buds right before opening look somewhat surprising.

This early flowering (from May) japanese clematis grows up to 3m, flowers are white, edged with pink - big in size, flowering months V-VI, VIII-IX, can be planted in any spot, pruning group 2, suitable for zones 4-9.
Watch us out :)

4 comments:

GardenJoy4Me said...

Good Morning Ewa : )
You have the exact clematis I picked as my favorite during our cold dreary winter !
I know it is going to be a beauty so I will be back for sure to see it in it's full shining face : )

Maggie said...

Great pictures Ewa! I love the ridges on the unfurled petals. I never manage to catch my clematis at this point. And I think the flower color of mine is too dark to really see the detail your photo reveals. Wonderful!

Kathryn/plantwhateverbringsyoujoy.com said...

Hi, Ewa, Aren't clematis just among the most amazing plants/blossoms?? I will post a photo of my purple one on Twitter so you can see what we enjoyed. I love your pink one and look forward to seeing it fully opened! Enjoy, Ewa!

Janet said...

What a beautiful color!! I don't think I have ever seen this one before.

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