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Clematis help!

Posted by Lori88 Oregon (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 16, 13 at 1:12

I just took a few clippings from my 10 year old clematis. I moved in the end of September nd didn't get them then. It froze yesterday and I went and cut few vines I know that would be green in early spring.
Is there any way I can start these? they are brown but not dead feeling. They feel hearty


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RE: Clematis help!

Propagating clematis from cuttings is probably the least efficient/most difficult way of increasing or growing these plants but it can be done. Not sure if growth existant right now is ideal but sure won't hurt to give it a try.

Check out attached link for details.

Here is a link that might be useful: clematis from cuttings


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RE: Clematis help!

  • Posted by sandyl Zone 6B -7 (My Page) on
    Thu, Jan 17, 13 at 10:02

I have 98% propagating success with laying. Take the longest vine you can find and scratch the surface next to a leaf bud and bury the section, cover with dirt and place something light weight on the area and forget about it for a couple months, but do make sure the area keeps moist. This time of the year is great for laying propagation.


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RE: Clematis help!

Layering is the correct term. Agree, probably the easiest way.


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