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Re: Re: Clematis


I thought of C. Durandii as more of a creeper than a shrub type. Mine is
Clematis heracleifolia , aka Tube clematis. I was hoping to take
cuttings from all branches to grow on for MG sale, but I suppose I could
pin them all down and would get fewer but more substantial specimens
from each.


Kitty
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> In a message dated 1/24/05 9:49:01 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes: 
> 
> << Do you 
> suppose cuttings would do well from it? >> 
> 
> Kitty, you can simply pin the stem to the gd & not bother with cuttings if 
> you wish. This is my preferred way because no extra care. Then cut from the 
> mother stem when rooted which I would allow to go a season. I have done 
> conifers like this also. Is your nonviner 'Durandii? I have that one groiwng 
> on 
> the mailbox post with netting stretched over to hold it erect. I love the 
> season long large blooms. I do deadhead this one thinking that promotes more 
> blooms but my care may be of no value. 
> 
> Ceres 
> 
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