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Re: Re: Clematis

In a message dated 1/24/05 1:24:38 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<< I thought of C. Durandii as more of a creeper than a shrub type. Mine is
Clematis heracleifolia , aka Tube clematis. >>

Durandii, I believe is an integrifolia,  a nonviner but does not perform as a 
shrub.  It needs support by other plants or mechanical support.  I do have a 
heracleifolia type which does support its self as a shrub (davidana).  Recta 
is another sprawler which I have (2) varieties.  I have not tried any of the 
alpina, macropetala or texensis but do hope to add to my collection.

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