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Clematis Before And After


  1. Ki said...
    Interesting that the stamens appear before the flowers opens. Probably so it can spread its pollen before it opens to prevent self-pollination? Why is pollen spelled pollen with an E but pollinating or pollination with an I?

    Anyway, the white stamens beautifully compliments the deep purple of the flower.
    Anthony said...
    Never really thought about it much but I like your explanation. That's what I'll tell people from now on if they ask. :)

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