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I've shown this clematis before. I think it's worth showing, again. I paid about a buck for it and now I have 20+ plants.

It's not the prettiest clematis by any means. It does have several advantages, though. It is easily rooted. It is one of the first to bloom. It is a prolific bloomer. And it quite often blooms two and three times during the season.

Do you think I got my money's worth?


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May 10, 20170 found this helpful

Uhh, yes? :o GORGEOUS!

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May 12, 20170 found this helpful

Beautiful! 20 plants and probably more to come - Some work I'm sure but what can you buy for a nickle anymore? And, if you could find something - how long would it last and how many people would it make smile?

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May 14, 20170 found this helpful

You know, it's a shame you have to be licensed to ship an innocuous plant such as the clematis by post. Were it not for that, I would be distributing my rootings to any member who wanted them. I have so many in pots needing a good home.

More to come? I had rather propagate plants than eat when I'm hungry. Have I gone off the deep end?

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