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Crimson
Clarksville, TN
(Zone 6b)

November 11, 2001
5:25 PM

Post #17797



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REDROSE
New Iberia, LA
(Zone 9a)

November 11, 2001
11:08 PM

Post #161303

Wow so beautiful flower, does anyone know what is it flower???
Sis

November 12, 2001
12:41 AM

Post #161347

It is a Henryi'
Crimson
Clarksville, TN
(Zone 6b)

November 12, 2001
1:28 AM

Post #161370



This message was edited Sunday, Nov 18th 11:45 AM
Sis

November 12, 2001
1:46 AM

Post #161377

Reread your post and now know why your blooms are so small'It should be planted outside now,this is why your blooms are so small' Normally it will have 6-7inch flowers in the right growing conditions' Clematis need cool and cold temps in winter and their roots are very extensive' If it were me I would take it outside and plant and mulch and let nature do the rest. And mulch heavily too' HTH,Sis'
JustJen
Gulfport, MS
(Zone 8a)

November 12, 2001
1:49 AM

Post #161379

Crimson, it could be John Paul II. i bought 2 of them at walmart this year also.
Good luck on finding its true name
jen
louisa
Troy, VA
(Zone 7a)

November 12, 2001
8:08 PM

Post #161641

It does resemble Henryi and John Paul. I too bought the latter this year!!
Crimson
Clarksville, TN
(Zone 6b)

November 13, 2001
12:44 AM

Post #161769



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Sis

November 13, 2001
1:26 AM

Post #161791

You're winters are pretty brutal Crimson as you already know,lol' Since you're gonna move,if it were me,I'd plant it in a barrel but keep it inside a garage and keep it slightly moist all winter' Bring it back outside in spring after all danger of frost is past' When you see new starts,begin feeding' Have a plant base with casters so you can roll it outside instead of breaking your back wrestling it around,no fun,I know,lol' Now if you don't have a garage,put it where it will get sun,south if possible,and wrap the barrel with some "bisqueen"staple it to the barrel' Then I'd break up a bale of straw and totally build up around the sides and inside the barrel also deep for protection' Protect it from wind too,if at all possible'HTH, Sis'
louisa
Troy, VA
(Zone 7a)

November 13, 2001
10:36 PM

Post #162171

Great advice Sis!!
Sis

November 14, 2001
12:29 AM

Post #162239

Thank you':D

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