Clematis Plants


h.luft added on July 11, 2016 | Answered

I planted a clematis in my garden late in summer last year in a very sunny location. It grew well, is supported by a trellis and did some blooming last year. As required, the roots are kept cool by a generous layer of mulch. This spring it started growing very profusely, sprouting several shoots and very quickly made it all the way up to the top of the trellis, creating a thick layer of foliage. However, up until now it never had a single blossom, and I can't really see any buds anywhere. What is wrong here? Your advice would be much appreciated.

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Answered on July 12, 2016

Most likely your Clematis is just busy establishing it's root system and will reward you with years of flowers in the future.
Over fertilizing is a common mistake and will inhibit flowering.
This article will help you.

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