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RE: sweet autumn clematis

Yep- you are reading my mind-- thinking about transplanting the SAC to
the fence area.

This trellis might just hold it. It is very sturdy and well
maded/designed by my friend. 

Ask me next spring and I will let you know if I moved it or trellised it



> Donna, SAC can, indeed, grow 30' in a season once established...they
> always die back and need cutting back to about the 2nd set of buds
> from the ground just before bud break in spring - that's early March
> for me; may be later for you.

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