Every branch . . . that bears fruit,
He prunes it so that it may bring forth more fruit.
The small 'Montana' blooms vastly outnumber the larger purple variety but look so beautiful together.
You can see why the clematis 'Montana' is sometimes referred to as the "mile a minute clematis". It has also been said that even with hard pruning it is almost impossible to kill it.
The blooms attract many varieties of bees and other pollen gatherers . . .
. . . as well as photographers in their quests for that "stunning capture".
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