Clematis in the Carolina Jessamine

I love to see this every year. The volunteer Clematis blooms at the same time as the Carolina Jessamine. This may be the last year I get to see this, however, as I plan to put the property on the market soon.

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  1. mosswildrose says:

    You can take a leaf bud cutting from your Clematis. Also you could root a Carolina Jessamine with rooting hormone. <#DAB4FAD8-2DD7-40BB-A1B8-4E2AA1F9FDF2>

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    1. Thank you. Yes, I could!


  2. What a lovely blog post! It’s heartwarming to read about the annual blooming of the volunteer Clematis and Carolina Jessamine. It’s a shame to hear that this may be the last year for you to enjoy it, but I hope you will share some pictures of this amazing sight before you sell the property.

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    1. Thank you! The property is lovely. It was my family home, and it passed to me and my sister jointly after our father died. However, as neither of us live nearby anymore, we must sell it.


  3. Cee Neuner says:

    What a wonderful flower combination 😀 😀

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    1. Thank you! I love how they grow together and bloom at the same time every year.

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  4. alekmountain says:

    Please don’t leave us! We love your photographs of flowers.


    1. Thank you! I’m not going anywhere. These flowers are in the front yard of the house in Gainesville that my sister and I inherited when our dad died. We’re going to be selling the house soon.


  5. Loved reading this
    It’s heartwarming to witness the beauty of nature and the volunteer Clematis and Carolina Jessamine blooming at the same time.
    Easy Landscape Gardening

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