Texas Wildflowers | Clematis texensis


Clematis texensis

Clematis texensis

Clematis texensis

Clematis texensis

Clematis texensis

Clematis texensis

Clematis texensis

Clematis texensis

First we were into passiflora (still are), but now we’ve found clematis! This is another game of once you see one plant you start seeing them everywhere! These were shot at Lost Maples State Natural Area in November.

+Information via the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. They say blooming time is March through July….well, November is quite outside of that window so I don’t know it if was a freak of nature or what for them to be blooming at that time of year.
+There are some cultivars of this species apparently, Duchess of Albany, Princess Diana, Gravetye Beauty were a couple I saw online.

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3 thoughts on “Texas Wildflowers | Clematis texensis

  1. Beautiful. What a deep red color– never seen that species. We’ve just got Clematis viorna around here.

  2. Moosie says:

    Very pretty! I need some.

  3. Chris says:

    Hope ours sprout!

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