A very welcome sight in April is Clematis montana in bloom. It is one of the early flowering clematis. A vigorous deciduous climber, in late spring it is covered with a mass of small blooms for about four weeks. The flowers are white or pink, four-petalled, with prominent yellow anthers. This plant can be spotted if you are traveling around Ireland at this time of year, It can be seen rambling up hay sheds and fences and over the roof of buildings. Keep an eye out for it.
If you are interested in gardening you may be interested in our two upcoming workshops. Both are free:
20th May at 6-8pm - Planting a sensory garden Register to attend
25th May & 1st June at 12.30- 2pm - Dried Flowers workshop
And now that we are back open why not call in to your local library to browse our selection of gardening books as you search for inspiration.
This article was published on: 18th May, 2021
Filed under: What we do
Tags: Clematis montana, gardening