PRUNNING ROMONA CLEMATIS - Knowledgebase Question

FRANKTOWN, CO
Question by JARHEADSF
September 17, 2005
I HAVE LOOKED AND SEARCHED MANY PLACES INCLUDING YOUR WEBSITE AND EVEN ASKING THE NURSERY WHERE I BOUGHT MY TWO ROMONA'S AND CANNOT GET ANY INFORMATION ON THIS TYPE. I GOT THEM BECAUSE OF THEIR TOLERENCE FOR SOME SHADE BUT DON'T KNOW WEATHER THEY ARE NEW GROWTH OR OLD GROWTH AND/OR HOW TO TRIM AND PRUNE THEM. THANKS.


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Answer from NGA
September 17, 2005

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?Ramona? clematis blooms twice, on both old and new wood. Large flowers are produced from May to July on the previous season?s growth. In late summer, plants will bloom on the current year?s growth. In early spring, prune out the dead wood. Spring blooms will be sparse if the plants suffer extensive winter dieback. Plants will bloom more heavily in late summer.

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