Clematis

It’s so spring here in London all of a sudden! Once the sun starts shining above our heads everything bursts out in the fiels and the garden. One of the plants that looks almost dead during the long miserable winter time but is the first to show signs of life in my garden is the Clematis. When the temperature becomes slightly higher, tiny green buds emerge from dead looking branches and then if you don’t care for it quickly enough all the leaves get tangled up and become a mess. However, if you look it after it well you gets a beautiful reward!

clematis_carnivalThere are many different types of Clematis. Some flower in spring and some in autumn. Some get small flowers and some get huge ones. The one I love the most is the type with bluey purple flowers with a slight pinkish tinge and which come out at this season. The Clematis in my garden is quite similar to this one in this photo and will start flowering soon.

 

Clematis

I created a Japanese sweet in a Clematis shape as the monthly sweet for May.

Clematis 4

It is a ‘Mochi’ type sweet that is soft and gooey outside.

Clematis 2

As the centre filling I chose Sweet White Bean Paste but that is not all.

Clematis 5

Blueberry Jam is hidden inside too.

It’s Vegan and Gluten free.

Clematis 6

This sweet is served at Wasoukan‘s Matcha Bar (Notting Hill, London) until the end of May.

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