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Clematis up and a Frost is Threatened

Posted by organic_kitten 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 10, 11 at 19:40

I have clematis up and budded all over my yard, and a frost is threatened. I covered them all with towels to k3ep frost off. It is supposed to be only a night time thing, and warm up again in the AM. Do you think they will be okay?
kay


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RE: Clematis up and a Frost is Threatened

  • Posted by bob414 USDA 9 Sunset 15 (My Page) on
    Thu, Mar 10, 11 at 22:52

Unless it freezes pretty hard it won't bother them. Even if it should I would think they would come back and just be a little later.


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RE: Clematis up and a Frost is Threatened

They did fine. We had just a light frost, and no damage. Thank you bob414,
kay


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RE: Clematis up and a Frost is Threatened

Clematis are remarkably frost tolerant. All of mine have been budding up vigorously for the last month or so and we had a cold snap a couple weeks ago with nighttime temps dipping into the low 20's-high teens. No issues with the clems at all, even the armandii that is full of flower buds.


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RE: Clematis up and a Frost is Threatened

Thank you, gardengal48,
I have buds on most of them, but they weren't hurt at all that I can see. I am really looking forward to the blooming this year.
kay


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