Tag Archives: Clematis

Virgin’s Bower – Clematis virginiana – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Virgin’s Bower, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (08/20/2013.) Scientific name is Clematis virginiana.  Photo below was taken in Walker County, GA on Aug 13, 2013.  Go to the Virgin’s Bower detail page for more photos and information.

Virgin’s Bower, Devil's Darning Needles, Old Man’s Beard - Clematis virginiana

Virgin’s Bower – Clematis virginiana

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#NPOD Western Virgin’s Bower #Nativeplants

Native Plant of the Day 06/29/2013

Photo from June 1, 2012. Location: Ponderosa State Park, Valley County, ID.

Western Virgin’s Bower - for more photos / info go to the Clematis occidentalis detail page.

Western Virgin’s Bower, Western Blue Virginsbower, Mountain Clematis, Purple Clematis, Purple Virgin's-bower - Clematis occidentalis

Western Virgin’s Bower, Mountain Clematis, Purple Clematis – Clematis occidentalis

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Native Plant of the Day 06/28/2013

Photo from May 31, 2012. Location: Ponderosa State Park, Valley County, ID.

Hairy Clematis - for more photos / info go to the Clematis hirsutissima detail page.

Vase-flower, Sugarbowl, Leather-flower, Hairy Clematis - Clematis hirsutissima

Vase-flower, Sugarbowl, Leather-flower, Hairy Clematis – Clematis hirsutissima

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Sweet Autumn Clematis

USWildflowers Daily Plant 12/02/2012.

Photo from 8/23/2009.  Location:  Walker County, GA.

Sweet Autumn Clematis, an introduced species, are the smaller flowers shown here surrrounding a native Wild Potato Vine blossom. For more photos and information go to the Clematis terniflora detail page.

Sweet Autumn Clematis - Clematis terniflora

Sweet Autumn Clematis – Clematis terniflora – surrounding the larger, native Ipomoea

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Sunrise at Lake Ocoee

My wife and I were going over to Waynesville, NC on Thursday to pick up a granddaughter who had been spending a few days with her best friend from Papua New Guinea.  Being the fall color season, we wanted to take some time for some photographs in the mountains, so we left early, before 7 AM.  It turned out that sunrise was just as we were getting to Lake Ocoee (also known as Parksville Lake), and the cool morning brought fog and mist with it.  We also had time to take brief drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway.  Here are a few of my favorite photos from the daytrip to Waynesville.

Sunrise over Lake Ocoee

Sunrise over Lake Ocoee

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Western Virgin’s Bower – Clematis occidentalis – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Western Virgin’s Bower, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/10/2012.) Scientific name is Clematis occidentalis.  Photo below was taken in the Ponderosa State Park, Valley County, ID on June 1, 2012.   It  is also known by the common names Western Blue Virginsbower, Mountain Clematis, Purple Clematis, and Purple Virgin’s-bower.  Go to the Western Virgin’s Bower detail page for more information.

Western Virgin’s Bower, Western Blue Virginsbower, Mountain Clematis, Purple Clematis, Purple Virgin's-bower - Clematis occidentalis

Western Virgin’s Bower, Western Blue Virginsbower, Mountain Clematis, Purple Clematis, Purple Virgin's-bower - Clematis occidentalis

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Hairy Clematis – Clematis hirsutissima – Added to USWildflowers’ Database

Hairy Clematis, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (06/07/2012.) Scientific name is Clematis hirsutissima.  Photo below was taken in the Ponderosa State Park, Valley County, ID on May 31, 2012.   It  is also known by the common names Vase-flower, Sugarbowl, and Leather-flower.  Go to the Hairy Clematis detail page for more information.

Vase-flower, Sugarbowl, Leather-flower, Hairy Clematis - Clematis hirsutissima

Vase-flower, Sugarbowl, Leather-flower, Hairy Clematis - Clematis hirsutissima

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Western Clematis – Clematis ligusticifolia – Added to USWildflowers Database

Western Clematis, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (07/14/2011.) Scientific name is Clematis ligusticifolia. It is also known by the common names Western White Clematis, Western Virgin’s Bower, Creek Clematis, Old Man’s Beard, and Pepper Vine. Photo below was taken along the Kleinschmidt Grade in Adams County, ID on June 19, 2011. Go to the Western Clematis Detail Page for more photos and information.

Western Clematis, Western White Clematis, Western Virgin's Bower, Creek Clematis, Old Man's Beard, Pepper Vine - Clematis ligusticifolia

Western Clematis, Western White Clematis, Western Virgin's Bower, Creek Clematis, Old Man's Beard, Pepper Vine - Clematis ligusticifolia

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Leather Vasevine – Clematis viorna – Added to USWildflowers Database

Leather Vasevine, a native species, has been added to the USWildflowers database (07/27/2010.)  Scientific name is Clematis viorna.  This plant also is known by the common names Leather Flower and Vasevine.  Photo below was taken along the Blue Ridge Parkway near the Pisgah Inn, on 07/12/2010.

Leather Vasevine - Clematis viorna

Leather Vasevine - Clematis viorna

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