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Clematis vitalba - Old Man's Beard - (Ranunculaceae) Another common name for this wild flower is Traveller's Joy. It is a perennial clambering plant, producing pale creamy- yellow flowers, typically 20 mm across, in July and August. The fruiting heads, which appear in autumn, are a mass of white fluffy seeds - hence the common name Old Man's Beard.
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