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RE: sweet autumn clematis

Hum.... mine has not reseeded at all, but maybe in time that will be
another problem.

How well do SAC transplant in the spring? Thinking it needs to be


> << You could use a trellis I suppose,
> but it would have to be a TRELLIS. >>
> I have two SAC each on a trellis of their own which is 6' x 7' and it
> not
> enough.  Because it blooms on new wood, I cut it back as needed and of
> course,
> I cut within a few inches of the ground early spring.  My big problem
> all
> the reseeders.  I do cut back the seed heads in late fall also to help
> reduce
> the problem.
>     Ceres

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