Probably not, but C. montana is incredibly vigorous and given a few
years could well cover the tree. Fruit production will suffer. There is
a also very low chance that the additional weight and area of the
clematis could result in a tree with a weakened root system blowing over
in a storm.
If you have concerns wait until January or February, then dig up the
clematis and move it to a better place.
I dont think so. But maybe cut the clematis back in spring.
On Tue, 10 Sep 2013 00:06:24 +0200, Midwood Sue
Somewhere between zone 5 and 6 tucked along the shore of Lake Michigan
on the council grounds of the Fox, Mascouten, Potawatomi, and Winnebago
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