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Q.Can A New And Different Type Of Clematis Be Planted Where An Old One Is?

Zone gu466je | Anonymous added on September 13, 2021 | Answered

I wish to replace an evergreen, about 3-4 years old with, maybe a montana or similar in the same place. I know that with some plants, eg roses, this is not a good idea. Please help. Thanks.

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Answered on September 27, 2021

As long as the Clematis did not die of disease, then it can be fine to replace it with another. This is the same concept for roses.

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