Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Perle D'Azur

Perle D'Azur on July 30
Clematis are at their best in July.  Even though they do not feed bees, I can't do without them in my garden.

Some of the oldest varieties are still the best.  Here's a picture of Perle D'Azur in bloom this July.  It is really strutting its stuff this summer.  That plant is about 10 years old and just keeps producing.

Perle D'Azur is an older variety.  It's been around for years.  One web-site notes that the variety came out of France and was first known in 1885.

The clematis grows easily and will extend over 10 ft.  It's a beauty.

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