Holy Clematis, Batgirl! That is huge!
I had one climbing (clambering?) up a utility pole at the old house. It never got that high even with the pole's help.Mary Anne in Kentucky
It looks happy there!
It looks so fluffy and inviting.
Reb - yes, it grew very well this year!Mary Anne in Kentucky - this one has been established for a long time, and I didn't trim it back last year, so it really expanded.Gail - it certainly seems to be!Leah - it does, doesn't it? The cats seem to think so, too, because they are always hiding out in it.
Oh nice.. you and your green thumb. Word verification "thold." I never even knew that it was for thale. ;)
Good one, Hilary! snort
I'm impressed! and laughing over Reb's comment.
Wow! I know some people with gardens around here who would be jealous.
Mine had been there a while when I bought the house, and I never cut it back except when it grew out into the driveway and I drove over it. It just wasn't as motivated as yours.Mary Anne in Kentucky
Wow! Looks like it's there to stay! I can't believe how pretty it still is. Ours hasn't had blossoms for a couple of weeks.
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