The Top Clematises: Rooting a Clematis

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The Top Clematises

By dave
June 6, 2015

We open the Clematises Celebration Week with a look at the top cultivars, top comments, most thumbed images, and more!

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Name: Donna King
Selmer, TN (Southern West TN) (Zone 7b)
Hummingbirder Garden Ideas: Master Level
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donnabking
Jun 7, 2015 3:20 PM CST
Does anyone know how to root a clematis from your existing plant? I have one like the purple bell shaped blossomed one shown in the article, which I have now forgotten the name of, silly me. But I would like some more plants of it bit is so lovely, & I have never seen another to buy. Several friends would love a start of her also. And I would love to have more of her scattered around in case I lost her I could get a start back. Many years ago I ordered a clematis called pistachio. It was a pale mint green with a white stripe down each petal. One year it just failed to come back, I have never found another to buy a replacement.

Also, the seed heads they make, will they come up??
The Hooterville Hillbilly @ Hummingbird Hill
Toronto, Ontario (Zone 5b)
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Jasmin
Jun 7, 2015 4:50 PM CST
Donna, you might want to watch some of these videos:

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=clematis+cuttin...

Good luck!

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."~Albert Einstein
Name: Donna King
Selmer, TN (Southern West TN) (Zone 7b)
Hummingbirder Garden Ideas: Master Level
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donnabking
Jun 7, 2015 6:22 PM CST
Thank you! I will!
The Hooterville Hillbilly @ Hummingbird Hill

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