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Josephine and Nelly Moser

Posted by organic_kitten 7 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 21, 10 at 9:47

Thanks to your gorgeous pictures and information on this forum, I contracted "clematis compulsive acquisition disease" a few years back when I was recovering from knee surgery.

I was given good advice from several of you. Jeanne in particular.

I am enjoying blooms this year, and wanted to share a couple more with you. Mine are still relatively babies, and will only get better over the years.

Joaephine:

Josephine

Josephine

Nelly Moser:

Nelly Moser

and

Nelly Moser

kay


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Nice!


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Oh man, that Josephine is really lush and big. What a beautiful plant. I love Nellie too.
Renee


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You have done well little one..go forth..plant more clematis and flourish!!..Jeanne


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They are such lovely babies! I am really looking forward to the first blooms of my Josephine, newly planted last summer. Thanks for the preview!

Judith


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I always have to see one bloom, but then I obey the dictate to pinch back...it sometimes hurts, but I belive in taking advice from experts, even when it is hard. Jeanne, you gave me advice when I was drooling over the gorgeous pics and became infected with the obsession.

DH has no idea four new ones are coming from Debbie next week. But he just takes a deep breath, lets it out shakes his head and goes about his business.

kay


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"clematis compulsive acquisition disease"

LOVE IT -LOL


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