Advice on pruning/deadheading Clematis
I am fairly new at Clematis (only about 3-4 years) and I have a question for those of you who have "Been there, done that."
I would like to know what to do to keep my clematis blooming as long as possible. With roses, I know to, "Deadhead" each bloom after it has started dieing back to keep the blooming cycle going. Is it the same with clematis? My plants are starting to do better, but I'm wondering if the blooming cycle can be lengthened if I do not let the plants start forming the seed pods right after blooming.
I'd appreciate any feedback and wisdom!