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WANTED: autumn clematis

Posted by kimka z7 (jkkaplan@erols.com) on
Wed, May 9, 07 at 16:19

I'm looking for a division or two of autumn clematis, especially if it has good fragerance.

I've got celery seedlings, calendula seedlings, pink baby's breath, mystic merlin mallow plants, Artemisia oriental limelight and spiderwort to offer in trade.

I'm in Silver Spring. If you are near by, I can come and get it.

Email me at jkkaplan"at"erols.com


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RE: WANTED: autumn clematis

I'll check to see if ours is big enough to divide yet. You only get it if you promise NOT to sneak over and plant Oriental limelight in our yard. That thing is a thug!

Larry


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RE: WANTED: autumn clematis

I have some seedlings available, in Lanham -- can't tell how they'll smell til fall, but their parents were sweet! These are St Bernard puppies; even the seedlings are several feet long.

LynnT


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RE: WANTED: autumn clematis

LynnT,

I've sent you an email about coming by and getting one. Sounds like just what I'm looking for. If you don't get my email, email me at Kim.Kaplan@ars.usda.gov


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RE: WANTED: autumn clematis

This is a seriously invasive one. Be forewarned. I rip garbage bags full out every week-end. Yes it smells good, yes it grows quickly, and yes it's nice to have a fall bloomer. But it seeds everywhere and you'll see it poking up 3 feet in the middle of something cherished before you know what happened. I do NOT recommend planting this.


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