Anybody from Texas? Does Clematis do well around here (East Texas..our soil
is red sand)? I want to put some on the ground around our very ugly old
timey satellite dish that the previous owners left here...and let it grow up
the dish and cover it:) How many plants do you think I'd need to get it
:) Anybody from Texas? Does Clematis do well around here (East Texas..our soil
:) is red sand)? I want to put some on the ground around our very ugly old
:) timey satellite dish that the previous owners left here...and let it grow up
:) the dish and cover it:) How many plants do you think I'd need to get it
:) going good?
Angie, I don't think Clematis is what you would want. It's sort of a
thin, dainty looking vine. Don't think it would make a good curtain.
Plant some confederate jasmine. Its an evergreen in your area and does
nicely at covering up things like that
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Clematis does very well in Texas. I don't live in E. Texas, but they do well in
this area of s.central. My C.terniflora stays evergreen in most winters, and I
have 'Jackmanii' and 'Edinburgh and I am looking fervently for C. pitcherii.
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