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Rooguchi - plant and blooms pics

Posted by cnetter z5 Co (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 19, 09 at 10:43

My Rooguchi is still a young plant (two years old), but it's a vigorous plant. It is just getting started here in Colorado. It was pruned pretty close to the ground this spring.

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RE: Rooguchi - plant and blooms pics

Beautiful. I can see why it is a popular choice, may have to add one to my gardens.

RE: Rooguchi - plant and blooms pics

I got this last year as well. I LOVE IT!!!! It is a blooming machine.

RE: Rooguchi - plant and blooms pics

I sure wish they didn't mildew here. Love those bells!

RE: Rooguchi - plant and blooms pics

Rooguchi is what started my passion for the intregrifolias & still don't have her?! In your pic I can't see if there is any sort of trellis, is she just growing upright like that w/o support?

RE: Rooguchi - plant and blooms pics

There's a trellis/obelisk thingy in the middle that is about the same height as the clematis. I wove the vines in when they were short and they now grab onto the obelisk. Rooguchi grips more than other integrifolias I have. Petit Faucon doesn't grip at all.

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