Clematis forum: Can I propagate cuttings of my clematis that I am cutting back now?

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RaeHelen
Mar 3, 2016 4:56 PM CST
Early March, and several of my Clematis are showing signs of growth. I have some C. viticella
which I need to cut back. Would I be able to propagate from these stems? One stem has 5-6"
of new growth at the end, the others are 1-2" along the hardwood stems. Seems a shame to
throw them out. Thanks in advance.
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pirl
Mar 3, 2016 7:55 PM CST
Welcome to ATP, RaeHelen.

I've never tried it so don't know if it would work. Layering is always worth a try.
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cliftoncat
Mar 14, 2016 9:42 AM CST
I propagated some clematis montana marjorie using stem cuttings. I just dipped the end of the cuttings in hormone rooting powder before potting them; it worked fine for all but one of the cuttings. Not sure if the same would be true for all types of clematis, though. Smiling

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