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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Good Fences #108 - Vines Revisited

Welcome! - It's a lovely morning here (the sun is shining!) and I'm excited to share some GOOD FENCES with you.
Let's join Theresa from The Run-a-round Ranch Report and have a great time together.

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 Way back in February I featured the fence and vine pictured below.  See full post HERE


 At that time I had no idea what that vine was.  Someone said it reminded them of a Eucalyptus Gum vine but I had no clue whether they were right or not.  However I recently was driving past the same property and noticed that the vines were in bloom!

I knew after checking the flowers that it wasn't a Eucalyptus Gum Vine and that Leslie Miller (Running With Scissors) had correctly guessed what that vine actually is.



Turns out this vine is a Clematis! - I couldn't identify the exact type although it looks very much like one called an, Clematis Armandii.
 
Thankfully I happened to have my camera with me when I spotted that the vine was blooming and I quickly pulled over and snapped a few shots to share with you all.
 
Enjoy:
 
 
 
 



 


They sure dress up that fence nicely!

Have a wonderful day.

45 comments:

  1. it is lovely of you to show us the fence again once the plant was in bloom. it is so delicate and pretty looking. A real treat to te eyes.

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  2. tis just plain gorgoeous. the flowers, the fence and the photos.. super shots

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  3. Hello, the clematis blooms and fence shots are beautiful. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  4. Gorgeous flowers on thib beautiful fence! Have a great weekend, Ida!

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  5. I love the vines creeping in the fences - very pretty!

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  6. It's amazing how the blossoms really add something special to the fence, lovely as it is. Your photos of the flowers in the sunlight are just gorgeous!
    Have a great day!

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  7. Beautiful images, and the things that grow are superb.

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  8. The sunlight filtering through and touching the blossoms on the last image is spectacular. Clematis. Sure 'nough. I musta missed this post altogether.

    Love the wrought iron.

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  9. It sure dresses the fence up, great shots.

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  10. So very pretty! Glad to know the name and so happy you captured the blooms!

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  11. Beautiful vine and yes it does dress up the fence.

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  12. That vine is pretty. That's the nice thing about blogging. If you can't identify something there's usually a reader who can

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  13. Lovely before and after. Such a pretty vine.

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  14. Oh how beautiful! I bet the fragrance was gorgeous too?

    Enjoy the rest of your day~~
    Debbie

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  15. Very pretty! I love Clematis, I used to see them on all the old iron fences in German Village, Columbus, Ohio.

    Most of those were the big purple petal variety.
    ~

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  16. Very pretty vine. Does it smell good?

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  17. The flowers definitely add charm to the fence. I would never have guessed it was a clematis from the leaves. Your photos with the light filtering through are delightful.

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  18. That's a solid fence and the Clematis is a great addition to the scene.
    Well done, Ida!
    Have a Happy Day!
    Peace :)

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  19. They sure do....no longer looking like a weed or something that does not belong!! Beautiful!!

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  20. Love your closeup images! Just beautiful!

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  21. Lovely. Thanks for the update. Thanks for coming over and visiting!
    Have a good Friday.

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  22. I am so glad you shared them with us and that you had your camera. Course, if you had your cell phone you could use that too-in a pinch.

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  23. Hi, Ida...you always find the most beautiful fences and your photos really do them justice, too.

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  24. The Clematis dressed up the fence beautifully with its blooms.

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  25. What a lovely photo narrative, Ida

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  26. I love vines that are wrapping around the fence. Lovely shots.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  27. Never seen such a kind of vine, but the fence reminds me of my childhood, it was similiar around my parents home.
    Happy Friday

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  28. I love the wrought iron fence with the beautiful clematis. What a lovely picture. Glad you have sunshine.

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  29. I have some of the clematis! I love your header.

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  30. Aren't the blossoms beautiful!! I marvel at the surprises nature springs on us! Have a grand weekend!

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  31. Hello.Ida,
    So sweet with many pretty flowers brightening in the sun!I like it.

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  32. One of my favourite flowers!! It's a bit difficult to grow up here in my soil .... and cold! I killed two before I finally got the third plant to bloom. I can't wait to see it's big beautiful blooms this summer.
    Love the new header too.

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  33. Lovely photos, Ida. Spring at its best.
    Amalia
    xo

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  34. Love those pretty pictures! I discovered clematis only a couple years ago... Fell in love with it and this sumner i hope to grow a purple one! The purple ones have these amazing vivid big purple blooms. So glad you stopped by again... Always nice to see a friend! Happy weekend!

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  35. You always find such lovely fences to take photos of Ida, these are beautifully adorned with those pretty white flowers. Great photos!

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  36. Ps---just read about your eye---is it better?

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  37. Very pretty! My sister always grew the clematis vines.

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  38. Oooh, the clematis is so pretty in bloom!

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