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|Neutral ||Laurette6669 ||On Oct 7, 2008, Laurette6669 from (Hanmer) Sudbury, ON (Zone 4a) wrote:
This vine grows wild here in Northern Ontario, I had harvested some seeds because I thought it was very unique. Hoping to grow some on my chainlink fence, should be interesting.
|Positive ||kareoke ||On Nov 3, 2004, kareoke from Greensburg, IN (Zone 6a) wrote:
The plant grew, and spread nicely along my patio, it flowered heavily, and I was able to gather seeds ,cutting away the very long fuzzy growth,and rubbing the seeds out, seeds are very tiney.
|Neutral ||llebpmac_bob ||On Jul 9, 2004, llebpmac_bob from Zephyr
Disappointing flower size. I knew I was not to expect something the size of the hybrid clematis we all grow, but these are almost unnoticable. I'm sure that by the time it covers most of the barn wall it will be much more effective, but right now it's not contributing much.
|Positive ||hallowsend ||On Jun 17, 2004, hallowsend from Rawdon, QC (Zone 4a) wrote:
Grew easily and well from seed, though few flowers first year in Rawdon, Quebec.
|Positive ||MikeS ||On Nov 15, 2002, MikeS wrote:
Very hardy and worthwhile plant for cold regions. Thrives in
3b and, I'm told. in Whitehorse, Yukon. To keep tidy may be pruned back hard in Fall or left to ramble through supports or small trees where the globular seed heads are an attractive feature. Or try a combination of both for early and later flower. Seeds readily but should be transplanted at two leaf stage. Tolerates neglect.
|Neutral ||Crimson ||On Oct 27, 2001, Crimson from Clarksville, TN (Zone 6b) wrote:
Deep yellow, almost the colour and texture of lemon peel flowers in summer. A vigorous climber with hundreds of blooms on a mature vine, will thrive in a northern situation. Ordinary soil preferably with their roots in shade and the rest of the plant in sun. Flowers summer to autumn.
|Neutral ||Starzz ||On Sep 8, 2001, Starzz from Newcastle, ON (Zone 5a) wrote:
Height..has grown to 20ft over my gazebo in four years.
|Neutral ||Evert ||On Aug 10, 2001, Evert from Helsinki
Finland (Zone 4b) wrote:
Also known as Golden Clematis and Chinese Yellow Clematis.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Big Delta, Alaska
San Leandro, California
North Lakeville, Massachusetts
Central City, Nebraska
Pequannock, New Jersey
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Colonial Pine Hills, South Dakota