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Gracedieu Lass's Journal

Gracedieu Lass's Journal

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Out of Season.

08 November 2017 15:55:34

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This morning dawned very cold and frosty with a beautiful blue sky and as the morning when on temperatures started to rise, but about an hour ago the rain arrived. Three seasons of weather in less than twelve hours. It is no wonder the plants that we grow flower out of season. Yesterday, I was clearing the borders in my White Garden when I noticed Clematis 'Miss Bateman' with a flower. It had the same green stripes on the flower which lead to much discussion in May when a number of members on the site had it flowering. 


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Jacinta D Jacinta D 08 November 2017 18:57:29

The frost has definitely enhanced your white garden. Not that it's needed. It looks lovely and neat, Mary.


JoanG JoanG 09 November 2017 22:52:47

Gorgeous frosty photo, Mary; I love your white garden.  'Miss Bateman' has put in an appearance here too this week; found a flower low down, hiding behind some penstemons. 


TheH (Hazel) TheH (Hazel) 11 November 2017 00:59:24

Poor Miss Bateman!!!!


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