Friday, August 29, 2008

Native Plants Of California ~ #15 In A Series



The pipestem clematis is another one of those plants that thrives in the wild but is almost impossible to grow in a home garden. This native California vine thrives along the Pacific Coast from the San Francisco Bay to northern Baja, and inland to the Sierra Nevada foothills. With showy, creamy white flowers blooming profusely from January to June, it will grow near streams or in open, dry areas.

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