Dividing Madame Julia Correvon

mrgpagSeptember 6, 2010

I have one of these that's huge and has really overgrown it's space. Is it possible early next spring to dig out the clump and divide it with a sharp spade? I could get probably 6 or so nice size clumps of roots doing this.

Thanks for you comments.


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Although I haven't done it with clematis on purpose, I'm sure you could. I dug out a Jackmanii last year not intending to leave any of it behind and this year a piece of it started growing.

    Bookmark   September 7, 2010 at 6:16PM
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mnwsgal 4 MN(4)

When moving an established clematis I find that rooted pieces of it often fall away leaving me with several of that variety.
No need to cut the rootball with a spade.

    Bookmark   September 8, 2010 at 12:35AM
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