Forsythias, Azaleas and Daffodils are done flowering for this year. All you can see around is not pretty; the flowers are wasted, the bushes are turning plain green and what’s left of the Daffodils is long green stems.
However, nature always reward us with new surprises. As I walk around my neighborhood and my garden, I am delighted to see our good old friends, the Clematis.
Clematis are delicate flowers. They are packed with amazing colors to make your garden shine. It’s a happy plant that tends to trail over whatever is near it, therefore, make sure that if you plant one at home, you use a trailing frame so that the plant can climb upright and don’t spread in the ground. There, you won’t be able to enjoy the beauty of its flowers.
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