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Re: Re: Clematis

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.

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