Some of my Clematis vines are putting out their last few blooms of the season, while others have started to develop beautiful seed heads on the remnants of old flowers. I think I almost like the seed heads as much as I do the flowers!
I can’t remember the name of this clematis at the moment, but most of my clematis vines develop seed heads that look like this one.
The most unusual clematis seed head comes from my hybrid Seiboldiana. It’s large bluish purple flowers turn into seed heads that look like balls of twine!
I just love plants that are beautiful to look at throughout all of their stages of life and growth. Don’t you?
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