Clematis Plants

Clematis Looking Dead

inmygarden added on August 29, 2014 | Answered

What is wrong? It bloomed well earlier, but now vine is brown and only few leaves still green.

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Answered on August 29, 2014

This article discusses several aspects of clematis care for you to look at to see if your plant is lacking an any area:
If your plant is still alive, and if you take measures to correct problems, you could have more flowers next season. To see if the plant is alive, bend the branches - if they snap apart, all brown and crispy, they are dead. You can also scrape the outer bark off larger branches to see if there is green tissue underneath

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