Woodland Shade Gardening

Woodland shade gardening with a purpose – pleasure, creativity, rainwater collection!

Clematis transplants update…

A view of approximately 50 baby clematis plants.  These are the rooted plants I dug from underneath the maple on 4/6/15.  They are planted trench-style, about 3-4″ apart.  If all do well, I will dig some out in the fall and use them to extend the planting to cover more fence area.  Some of these 50 have good little root balls, some of the smaller ones were just tiny bare roots.  We shall see how hardy they are.

45 so far…


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