Portraits of Wildflowers

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Clematis drummondii Flowers

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And speaking of open flowers, this is what those of Clematis drummondii look like when they’ve opened further.

© 2011 Steven Schwartzman

(Look here for information about Clematis drummondii, including a map showing where the species grows.)

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Written by Steve Schwartzman

June 9, 2011 at 6:12 AM

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  1. […] a picture that looks down on an emerging flower. The following day I put up a view from the side of a flower that had opened even further, as well as a close-up of the “starburst” phase of a flower. And then I fell silent on […]

  2. You might have gathered, I’m working my way through your techniques, Steve, so I thought I’d better say ‘hi’. Lisa or Zee, however you know her, sent me to see your bluebonnets 🙂

    restlessjo

    April 10, 2015 at 7:48 AM

    • Welcome, Jo, and thanks for saying hi. I hope you find a good use for some of these techniques that have served me well in recent years.

      Happy bluebonnets (and many other wildflowers) now that it’s spring in Texas.

      Steve Schwartzman

      April 10, 2015 at 8:36 AM

  3. […] different in color and form the flowers of this Clematis species are from those of the much more common C. drummondii. Looking at the flowers and leaves of the two species, you’d never guess that botanists put […]


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