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Posted by tasdevi VA (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 1, 11 at 16:21

Early this spring , growing on a public building in the city, I saw a FABULOUS white clematis that was unbelievably fragrant. Would that have been Clematis Armandii ? It was huge !

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C. armandii has long pointed leaves, different from most Clematis.

RE: clematis

Probably :-) Not too many early blooming, highly fragrant big vine types.....armandii fits the bill. If it were in bloom a bit later - like now - I'd suggest the possibility of C. montata 'Wilsonii'. Also a big, white flowered, fragrant clem.

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