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Re: Help with plant ID

Wow!  I'd love to have one of those...if you guys ever identify it, let me know and I'd love the challenge of tracking one down.  

BTW, hello to everyone.  Been busy...sorry to be gone so long, really missed you all.  :-)

Hills, IA  zone 5

Work for the Lord:  the pay isn't much but the retirement is out of this world!

 --- On Thu 07/20, Theresa W. < tchessie1@sbcglobal.net > wrote:
From: Theresa W. [mailto: tchessie1@sbcglobal.net]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2006 19:50:12 -0700
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Help with plant ID

Whatever it is, it is really lovely!<br><br>Theresa<br><br>Karen
Fernsler wrote:<br>> Well, here's the plant and the trellis it rode in
on:<br>><br>> http://lurch.ncsa.uiuc.edu/cam/unknown/bench.jpg<br>>


for different perspective. It is odd. It sprawls for about 2 feet<br>>
on the east side of the stand thing, but it does not appear to be<br>>
going in the tree (unlike I may have led Chris to believe). I'm<br>> not
sure it's still growing.<br>><br>> Maybe we are on a toxic waste
dump!<br>><br>> On Thu, Jul 20, 2006 at 06:35:05PM -0400, Kitty
wrote:<br>> <br>>> That does seem odd. I got 2 C.h. from Seneca Hill.
Mine has never gone <br>>> over 3 ft and the one I got for CES is 3-4
ft. It likes to grow laterally <br>>> and tends to be sort of sprawly.
I'd guess Karen's might be neither C.h nor <br>>> C. i., but yet another
shrub-type Clematis. RHS says C.h. grows only to 5 <br>>> ft and C.i.
only to 3.3

ft.<br>>><br>>> Kitty<br>>> neIN, Zone 5<br>>> ----- Original Message
----- <br>>> From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com><br>>>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net><br>>> Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2006 6:08
PM<br>>> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Help with plant ID<br>>><br>>><br>>>
<br>>>>> YOu're probably right Ceres. I've only grown C heracleifolia,
so being<br>>>>> familiar with that one, it was my guess. Not common to
find any shrub<br>>>>> Clematis at a newly purchased existing home, so I
bet Karen's probably in<br>>>>> for more treats as time goes by.<br>>>>>
<br>>>> Actually, I talked with Karen about it a little offlist and
showed her<br>>>> photos of each. The leaves definitely aren't entire
like integrifolia,<br>>>> so we're leaning towards a C. heracleifolia
cultivar. The leaves seem<br>>>> right for that.<br>>>><br>>>> What's
odd is that her plant is 6 or 7 feet high and still
growing!<br>>>><br>>>> Chris<br>>>><br>>>>

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