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Re: Help with plant ID

> Kitty, it is a nice Clematis but certainly not my favorite.   It does not 
> bloom as long as others.   In fact   of the 25-26 I have it is the shortest 
> blooming one.   The leaves are quite large.   It is a class 3 so I do cut it back 
> to the ground each spring.   Mine has not bloomed yet.
>      Have you grown Betty Corning?   This is my favorite.   It was the first 
> one to bloom and is still in bloom.   It is a viticella and this group is my 
> favorite.
>      I just chkd and Blue Bird has MRB.

Hi Ceres,

   Wow, 25 or 26?!?   I'm going to have to ask you to proofread my Clematis
   entries in next year's catalog.  :)  I should have quite a few though,
   as I'm currently on a Clematis kick.

   I agree about Betty Corning -- it's one of my favorites.  I'm fairly
   partial to all of the viticella hybrids, though.  Kermesina is awesome,
   and I really like 'Little Nell' too.  :)


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