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Coastal Clematis

Posted by Lynn8ms z8MS (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 2, 03 at 22:29

Can someome give me some tips on growing clematis on the MS Gulf Coast. I want to give them a try next year.
Lynn


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RE: Coastal Clematis

I do not know if your coastal zone 8 climate is different from mine (I am not on the Gulf coast), but I grow a variety of clematis in my yard, Clematis Jackmanni, Dutchess of Edinborough, Sweet autumn clematis, just to name a few, and some others - names of which I cannot recall right now.
Maybe you want to check out the American Clematis society's home page and make a search there based on your zone. You will find quite a lot of named cultivars there.

Here is the link that you may find useful:
http://www.clematis.org/,
and
http://www.clematis.org/clematis_a-z/index.html?zone=8

Good luck.


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