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Clematis 101 Easy Care Guide | Clematis is one of the most-loved garden vines yet it's not always easy to know when to prune your vines or leave them alone. This will help you determine which type of clematis vine you have and when it's best to trim it back, and when you should leave it alone.
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Pruning Clematis. When they bloom determines when to prune. Related articles: 1. "The Many Faces of Clematis. Get to know the wide variety of flower shapes and sizes this popular vine offers." 2. "Clematis with Everything. An avid collector uses shrubs and perennials as living trellises for these flowering vines." 3. "Three Myths about Clematis. Think you know clematis? Think again."
Hide the downspout with a trellis. Hide your rain spout by transforming into a decorative climbing support for your favorite flowering climbing vine. I really like this idea and it looks great too.
Tips on growing clematis--did you know they can't climb wooden trellises?  They don't twine; they wrap, so any support thicker than 1/2 inch won't work.  Use twine or trellis netting to give the illusion of climbing on your wooden trellis.
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Save your large egg shells next time you bake, wash them out (or not!) and plant them with seeds. Once the plants are large enough, just transfer the whole egg into the ground. The shell is actually a great fertilizer and the roots will be able to break right through.
Clematis 101 Easy Care Guide | Clematis is one of the most-loved garden vines yet it's not always easy to know when to prune your vines or leave them alone. This will help you determine which type of clematis vine you have and when it's best to trim it back, and when you should leave it alone.
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