Did the flowers have tiny cucumbers behind them, or just stalks? If the latter those are male flowers and it may not have started producing female ones yet, which are the ones which develop into cucumbers.
I have Freckles and it grows rampantly here so I just hack it back as required. Once established they are tough plants by clematis standards. It will mean you lose some flowers but as this one tends to flower on and off all year round I doubt you'll even notice.
I agree, check under the trays. If you can't find anything, a midnight trip with a torch usually catches them red-handed.
Raining cats and dogs tends to damage the tarmac a bit too. I think it's the teeth that do it.
No peaches this year for me either. I think it was too cold when it blossomed so there were no pollinating insects about.
Looks like "shot hole":
Can you post a photo Lynn? If not, have a look at wooly aphid:
However, if it looks bubbly, it might be "cuckoo spit" which is harmless:
Could they be Libertia, Dove?
It looks like this:
But you might not see it on some phones or tablets, in which case try loading Chrome onto it as your web browser.
Incarvillea delavayi I think. Or maybe not - leaves don't look quite right now I've zoomed in and no anthers on gloxina. Sorry!
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