There's a old adage, not completely accurate, about planting shrubs, trees,
and vines: first year sleep, second year, creep, and third year leap. I
initially planted clematis that came in the plastic tubes in cardboard
containers, and that was my experience with them. I paid $2.98 each for the
two I purchased, and they are gorgeous now. Give it time and keep it watered
Hi John, yes I know,patience patience!
My nursery had some clematis (not cheap) that were in 5 gallon containers, in
I bought 3 smaller ones (one from WS) and I am hoping they will surprise me in
a year or two!
"Come into my garden, my flowers want to meet you!"
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