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As a comment about Sweet Autumn Clematis (Clematis terniflora), critterologist wrote:

THUG ALERT! Even cutting it completely to the ground in early spring didn't stop it from taking over a trellis to either side in addition to its own space. When I put it in, I also didn't realize it was invasive -- and there's just no way to deadhead every bloom. I dug mine up, threw it out, and I'm still pulling seedlings out here and there 3 years later.
Name: Marie Kapuscinski
New Jersey (Zone 7b)
Sep 10, 2014 6:41 AM CST
Here in NJ it seems to grow wild. I am constantly pulling it out of everywhere.
It even has taken up home within my good Clematis. If you cant control it , it will over take your whole property just like wisteria.

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