Tuesday, May 3, 2011

5/4 Outdoor Wednesday # 121

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This week it seems all my flowering vines are blooming. I have a few jasmine and clematis and they are beautiful! The confederate jasmine make me stop in my tracks. It smells that wonderful!

Clematis jackmanii….

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Artic queen clematis…

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Confederate jasmine…..

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Carolina jasmine….

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35 comments:

  1. Love - Love - Clematis... I have Bee's Jubilee making a come back now... big white and pink striped flowers!

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  2. This Flowers are so beautiful, like all in this blog. love it. LG Tina

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  3. Your clematis is beautiful - we have at least six weeks until ours bloom here in Colorado. Thanks for hosting Outdoor Wednesday. Sally

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  4. Thank you for hosting. I adore your clematis. I don't have any. I used to have a huge purple one that covered a lamp post. Your photos are so great....I think I need one again! My favorite is your Arctic Queen.

    Pat

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  5. Your flowers are blooming so beautifully.Thanks for hosting. I always enjoy your party!!

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  6. Thanks again for a wonderful party! Always love visiting your blog.


    Sarah

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  7. Beautiful Clematis .Thanks for hosting..

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  8. they are just so beautiful!!

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  9. Spring flowers are the best! These are so very pretty!

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  10. Very beautiful set of spring flowers!
    thanks for sharing;o)
    Have a nice and happy day*

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  11. All your flowers look beautiful. I love the clematis and jasmine.

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  12. My clematis did not come back this year so I am happy I can enjoy yours. All your colorful vines are beautiful. Thanks for hosting the party.

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  13. Susan, Your flowers are awesome! Thank you for sharing. Glad to read that you were not hit by the tornado last week, there was so much damage it is so sad. Blessings, Debbie

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  14. Your flowers are amazing! So beautiful!! Thanks for being such a gracious hostess :-)

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

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  15. Absolutely stunning photos. . .I love the
    clematis. You are way ahead of us, we just
    had snow last week!

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  16. Such great blooms. What you call Confederate Jasmine is known in the Pacific Northwest as Star Jasmine, and I understand it isn't a jasmine at all. They do smell fabulous. Lucky you!

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  17. I love clematis and they come is such a large array. Yours are beautiful! Are they fragrant?

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  18. It is sooo good to see blooming flowers. They are gorgeous! I absolutely adore Clematis. I've linked up some photos of my new home state of New Hampshire. It's starting to get pretty around here...finally. Thanks so much for hosting! I love your background. :)

    Have a great Wednesday!

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  19. a beautiful variety of flowers and colours :) JudyKate

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  20. Beautiful clematisisisisis. Thanks for sharing.

    All the best, Boonie

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  21. Hi just calling by to link up and then go blog hopping for Outdoor Wednesday. your clematis and jasmine are looking beautiful, I hope our jasmine will be flowering soon.

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  22. Love all those beautiful flowers!

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  23. Oh I wish I could grow clemats in my area...I have no luck with it. Your flowers are beautiful...I bet the fragrance is intoxicating.

    Thanks for hosting, this is my first time.
    Sylvia

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  24. I love the fragrance of Jasmine specially during the summer eve or after a drizzle.... its refreshing! Your pix are awesome! The clematis is striking in bright colours.

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  25. I just love the outdoor pictures and so glad we can all be outside before the next rainy day here

    My Iris are so pretty and your flowers are so very pretty

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  26. I love the Clematis...I have a Carolina Jasmine..I shared several weeks ago...It blooms much earlier than yours.
    Mama Bear

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  27. Beautiful! Our Carolina jasmine blooms very early in our area...about March here! I sure wish there was smella vision on here...I bet everything smells wonderful!!

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  28. Beautiful Blooms! I can never tire of seeing such lovliness!

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  29. Hi Susan! Your Climatis are to die for! and I haven't seen Carolina Jasmine that lush in a long time..very pretty! Have a wonderful week!

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  30. Your flowers are gorgeous, Susan! My clematis is just beginning to bloom. But the blossoms of the blackberry brambles are in full force. ;)

    Thanks for hosting the party. I would love to have you link to mine, as well.

    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  31. I enjoy viewing the beautiful flowers in your yard. Mine will never be as plush or as colorful, but I am learning a bit more each year.

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