I just planted a new clematis and a child stepped on it and snapped the vine near the base. I brought the vine inside and put it in water. It perked back up (flowers did not make it), but I am wondering if it will sprout roots in water or should I put it in soil to propagate it. Also, should I pull out the stem and roots still in the soil or will they re-grow?
I have a clematis plant. It has round fuzzy things on it (new to garden) and no flowers. What is the problem, and what kind of fertilizer do I need?
My clematis is brown in spots. I’ve used traditional store bought fertilizers with no help. They did produce one flower early in the spring and nothing since then.
What causes clematis to get yellow leaves?
I’m hoping you can answer a couple questions. First, I live in east Tennessee and have something eating on my crape myrtle leaves. They almost look like a piece of screen where they are eaten so bad. It’s not all of them, but just a few towards the top of the plant, which is about 3′ high. Second thing is I have a small clematis I planted about a month ago. It is approximately a foot high and has something eating small holes in the leaves. I tried the snail and slug bait that you sprinke on the ground. I also sprayed it with Orthenex and even Sevin. It still seems something is chewing on it. Any advice would be appreciated.
I have a white clematis that I planted last year. It had beautiful white “mum” style flowers and then the vine turned brown and crunchy, dry looking. What is it, and should I cut it down to the ground? Or do something else with it?
How to start clematis from cuttings?