The flower of a clematis, a perennial vine, pokes through the space between boards of a wooden fence Monday from a backyard planting on South Ely Street near West 33rd Avenue in Kennewick. Motorists and walkers in the area have to look carefully to spot the determined white flower against the painted fence.
The flower of a clematis, a perennial vine, pokes through the space between boards of a wooden fence Monday from a backyard planting on South Ely Street near West 33rd Avenue in Kennewick. Motorists and walkers in the area have to look carefully to spot the determined white flower against the painted fence. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
The flower of a clematis, a perennial vine, pokes through the space between boards of a wooden fence Monday from a backyard planting on South Ely Street near West 33rd Avenue in Kennewick. Motorists and walkers in the area have to look carefully to spot the determined white flower against the painted fence. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Determined flowering vine makes appearance on other side of Kennewick wooden fence

May 09, 2016 05:06 PM

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