Clematis Plants

Start Clematis From Cuttings

lhouse added on July 9, 2011 | Answered

How to start clematis from cuttings?

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Answered on July 15, 2011

Take cuttings, strip leaves from an inch or so, dip in rooting hormone (0.3 percent) and plant in well-draining soil. Mist cuttings. Takes about 21 days or so to root. You don't say where you live but I would keep in filtered shade to root making sure they do not get too dry.

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