Thread: Pet Safe Vines?
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Old 12-11-2007, 11:58 PM posted to rec.gardens
Eggs Zachtly Eggs Zachtly is offline
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Scott Hildenbrand said:

Eggs Zachtly wrote:
Scott Hildenbrand said:


Best thing about Clematis is you can easily
train the main branch and prune the crud out of it back to the main
without much problem.

That depends solely on the variety. Some get cut back, at the end of
winter, to 8-12".

Just pointing out that it's not always safe to generalize plants' care only
by the genus.

True, true.. My miss-information there.. I'll re-phrase that to most
can take a heavy pruning..

Just make sure, if you buy one, you get the one you're expecting. That's
what I'm on about.


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