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Author 'Patrick' : Ben, I know the name... ; who can help me? In a natural reserve in Alsace in the fall.
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> Marcel >Reply May 25, 2006
A photo of a similar type. A clematis from the auvergne. I like the against-days.
 
> Clairebielande [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 23, 2006
Thank you the Fan Belfortain for all your identifications. I love the plants, and with you I learn a lot. I take my hat off. Clear.
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 23, 2006
These kinds of small balls silky at the end of long stems would seem to indicate that it is the Clematis vitalbia. It is a perennial plant that can be found in edges of forest and in hedgerows on the edges of the paths and vineyards. These balls are very decorative in the bouquets of dried flowers. Beautiful photo of a plant that is also called high bush of the poor or the Vigne blanche.
 
> Clairebielande [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 23, 2006
In my opinion it is a flower already faded by then for the identification it is not going to be simple. In any case I don't know to help you. It may be that other...
 
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