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Posted by tommydee 7 (tommyd402000@yahoo.com) on
Fri, Aug 8, 08 at 7:07

this is a clem that was planted by the previous owner it was mowed to the ground last summer. it came back nicely grew to over 6 feet it only recently put out a couple small blooms both seemed a bit deformed and several of the vines browned out,not sure if one of the critters broke some vines at the ground or what.it is in mostly shade gets maybe 3 hours sun a day

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How large is the flower? Is it a light blue or white? If it was mowed to the ground last year it is blooming on new wood so it would be in pruning group 2 or 3. Most type 2 have large flowers. Do you have another photo?


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it is definitely white,large flowered unfortunately its the only pic i got the bloom didn't last long.it only bloomed at the top after it grew over the back of a six foot trelliss.i have had some 2s bloom on new wood before so im not sure.here is the closet i could find.http://www.climbing-plants.info/largeMid/MadameLeCoultre.jpg

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oops, couldn't open your link.


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