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Re: Clematis

Actually Kitty, there is at least one that I know of that is native to the SW 
of the US.
Clematis drummondii....also called the Desert Clematis, Old Man's Beard 
I don't know if there are more, just know about this one.  
Clematis texensis grows in the Texas desert areas.

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 6/25/2003 11:09:30 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> Admittedly, clematis is no sw native perennial, but cool &moist is cool
> &moist. It might not work for your clematis, but it could be helpful
> for other situations.

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