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David

Loving other people's gardens on GT and with a little help from the community I hope to one day love my own!

Clematis 'Nelly Moser'

  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2016
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David

There's 6 flowers on my clematis this morning and about another 6 buds ready to open!! Sorry - it's just numbers I know but this clematis has had a difficult life so I'm excited and counting!!

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beckers1974

I have clematis that keep on keeping on too! I cut my prolific flowerers back down to a foot or so above the ground a couple of months ago, and didn't expect anything to happen until next year but they've gone the extra mile for me and I have a solitary flower on one and several on another. The other 5 have growth but are a little less forgiving! Your bloom is a stunner!

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peter-w

Lovely photo. Have a 'nelly moser' in my garden, plenty buds but no flowers yet.

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kathy

👏🏻😊

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mummybear

One of my favourite plants

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Barbara2811

Gorgeous 👍

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Shephes

🤗🤗🤗 so worth the effort

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titchyfra

Makes it all the better then @David 🌸👏👍

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flof1952

@David .........WOW such beauty :)

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plants

Worth waiting for David 👍🌸

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clickchick

Wow wow !!!

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mikethegardener

Great photo!!

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  • Season Icon Late WinterLate Winter 2016
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David

Still don't know what variety this clematis is but I'm going to figure it out this season!! Very happy to see it waking up again this year though. Looks like Wilt is finally behind us!!

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joanboston

It is lovely to see them come to life. I have one or two that I'm not sure what they are!

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kathy

That's good news David

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GREENFINGERSLTD

Hi @David which season/month dose your clematis flower?

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David

Hi James looking at the photos from last year it says mid summer when it was in full bloom. Does that help? @GREENFINGERSLTD

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GREENFINGERSLTD

Yes it will help identify which one, by knowing when it blooms it singles out a selection of varieties that flower at that time @David one last question what's the colour?

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David

@GREENFINGERSLTD if you slide the image above to the left it will show you images I took of it in bloom last year.

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GREENFINGERSLTD

@David thanks taken screen shot will let you know next week unfortunately I'm in hospital been here since Saturday with a prolapse disc I'll be fixed on this Friday.

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David

Ah sorry to hear that James that's awful. Hope they can sort it and you are back on your feet soon. At least you can catch up on GT while you are resting 😉

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David

@GREENFINGERSLTD forgot to mention you!

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GREENFINGERSLTD

Oh yes I've been on every day GTs been so busy till now. @David

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David

Yes @GREENFINGERSLTD you can tell Spring is around the corner!! 🌷☀️

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  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2015
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David

A close up. So beautiful. Nature is amazing!

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richard.spicer.7906

Oh. My. Jaw. Drop 😍

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kathy

Clematis but which variety!

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kathy

Beautiful

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krishnahairdo

Perfect! 😍

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Nettle

Wow !!! Stunning !!

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David

Thank you @kathy @richard.spicer.7906 @krishnahairdo @linfoster and @Nettle glad you like it🙏🏼☺️

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dorothy

Wow how fab love that pic 👌

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mallyc

Nice capture

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cjh123

Wow 👍👍

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barbaramatthews

Gorgeous!

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  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2015
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David

So pleased to finaly see this emerging from the undergrowth and blooming in the sun! Only taken 5 years!! Does anyone know the variety please?

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joanboston

Could be Nelly Moser

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David

Hi @joanboston just checked the internet and i think you are right 👍🏼 I will add that variety to the encyclopedia. Thank you 🙏🏼

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  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2015
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David

Finally after 5 years of clematis wilt killing this right back to the root before it grew more than 2 feet, it has finally decided to make it onto the wires I put up to train it! What causes clematis wilt and why has it suddenly stopped??! Can't wait for a second bloom so I can identify it 🌸

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kathy

It is cause by a fungus called Phoma clematidina probably. If you see any leaves starting to gp brownish cut the stem back to a healthy non marked part of the stem. You should also clean or disinfect secateurs after as the spores from the fungi to stop the spores going anywhere else @david

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David

Thanks @kathy that is great advice!! Fingera crossed it doesn't happen again his year :-( x

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