Grace told me I better be getting my seeds planted outside, so I went to the garage to get the stem that had broken off the plant at church that had more seedheads on it. I planted some seeds in pots, and some in the ground. I hope they grow. I didn't plant them very deep because I didn't take any tools with me to loosen the ground. I saved some back to plant deeper in another spot later.
All these are on one main stem, which dried after breaking off of the main plant. (I had cut the one and placed it in the vase in the previous post in hopes of it growing roots in water, but it didn't.)
I love the seed heads!
I took some of the seeds off to see what they look like.
These are the seeds that were left on that bloom.
I found a photo from the Kansas Native Plant Society that shows a Fremont's clematis in bloom. The site gave permission to show it if it's not for commercial use, and to give credit to the photographer, who is Craig Freeman, in Russell County, Kansas. I'm not sure if Craig lives in that county, if that's where he took the photo, or whether it's both. I like his photo, though!
Have a great weekend!