Comment concerning Clematis 'Ruutel': Pronunciation of Ruutel

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As a comment about Clematis 'Ruutel', goldfinch4 wrote:

Prounced 'Rootle'. Ruutle means knight in Estonian. The colors of this clematis can change from year to year depending on temperature, amount of sun/shade, and how old the plant is.
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Nov 15, 2013 7:42 AM CST
Thanks, goldfinch, for explaining the meaning of the name and especially the pronunciation.
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