Clematis Wilting - Knowledgebase Question

lagrange, il
Question by maliaarnett
May 28, 2006
One of my Henry Climatis has started to wilt and what looks like mildew with some die back, another one in the front yard is showing light green & yellowish leaves then die back. What can I do?


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Answer from NGA
May 28, 2006

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Clematis are generally insect pest free but they can sometimes develop diseases. What you describe sounds suspiciously like Clematis wilt; affected vines wilt suddenly and then die. Dead vines should be cut at ground level, removed, and destroyed. Clematis wilt rarely kills the entire plant; affected plants usually send up new shoots. I would remove anything that looks as though it is wilting or mildewed as soon as possible to avoid the spread. Good luck with your plants!

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