Questions about Clytostoma callistegioides
Hello again, I've been too busy to post for a while but I'm back with more questions. I just went to the nursery to pick up a few Clytostoma callistegioides vines for my trellis and I just couldn't bring myself to spend $22 each on such sickly looking plants. The Carolina jessamine and Clematis armandii on either side looked so much better I was tempted to get some of them, but I just had to come here for more opinions before I decided to change my plans on a whim.
So, is this what I should expect of these vines in the winter? Do you think these particular vines were unhappy, getting too much sun, sick, dying, etc.? Any reason they would look so terrible but another I might get would look much better? I'd be happy to go to a different nursery for healthier specimens, I just wanted some encouragement first.