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Topic: Identification
Posted By: RANGEL
Subject: Identification
Date Posted: 04 Aug 2013 at 7:19pm
Can anybody help me identify this clematis, it has been rescued from an area of overgrown shrubs some 20 years old, it was cut to the ground 2 years ago and this year I found it shooting and have nurtured it to its current state but am unable to find anything very similar pictured in books or at garden centres?

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rangel



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Posted By: yaku
Date Posted: 06 Aug 2013 at 10:35am
It,s one of the many forms you can find in the JOSEPHINE / EMPRESS variations of the sport (unstable sports) Someone with a bit of imaginations has registered one of them as "Supernova" believing it was a seedling  (those things do never come from seed, but are sports)
In your case most like EMPRESS.

Those are some of my diverse one, not my flavor



Posted By: RANGEL
Date Posted: 07 Aug 2013 at 1:17pm
Thanks for coming back to me with this information, can you tell me how or where I can find out how to properly look after this plant?

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rangel



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