Today’s GPOD is from Chris Tidrick in Champaign, Illinois. He says, “This Clematis ‘Jackmanii’ climbs up the light pole in our front border and makes a wonderful partner to the Baptisia australis, Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’, and Picea pungens ‘Fat Albert’ that are planted around it. The leaf photo was taken minutes after a five minute thunderstorm blew through town on April 7th. The sky was that wonderfully dark blue that often follows a thunderstorm. My son and I rushed outside to see if we could catch a rainbow. There was no rainbow, but the plants were in a very photogenic mood.” Thanks, Chris, for sending in these great photos!
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