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RE: Re: Clematis

Should have enough moisture, although last year it probably had too much:(

One of them was supposed to be a bush type... just kinda flopped/laid around
and I was not impressed.


> Donna, do you have adequate soil moisture in that location.  I always
> place a
> black plastic landscape pot (bottom cut out) screwed down in the soil
> around
> the base of the vine & fill with shredded cedar.  This keeps the soil cool
> &
> moist.
>     Have you tried any of the non-vining type?
>     Ceres

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