by sherie wilmot
(mil wi 53219)
I planted my first clematis vine this spring. It has nice purple flowers but the base is getting woody. What can I do?
Plant Guides Answer:
I don't think you need to do anything right now. The Jackmanii Clematis should be cut back to about 12 inches tall in early spring.
This is the only pruning it requires and doing this will take care of any woody growth at the bottom of the vine.
The following link will take you to a page with more information about growing Clematis Jackmanii Superba.
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