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vine is rooting next to the trellis.

Posted by larry_c z6 Stl. Mo. (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 2, 10 at 22:36

I find it interesting that a vine has rooted. It was under some leafs instead of climbing the trellis. I have also read about how hard it is to propagate Clematis from cuttings. Why bother with cuttings if all I have to do is pin a vine to the ground?

If I wanted to get real fancy I could use wire to pin them in pots, let them root, cut them loose and be ready to grow.

Opinions?


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RE: vine is rooting next to the trellis.

Yup..we've all seen this in our gardens and layering it the easiest way to do it..check out my link..Jeanne

Here is a link that might be useful: Layering Clematis


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