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Definition of Montana Clematis

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Definition as written by Paulwhwest:

Most clematis in the Montana group are native to northern India and China and are not hardy under zones 6 or 7, but most can also be grown in a greenhouse. They flower on old wood, and any pruning should be done immediately after flowering is finished. They can be grown by themselves, on a wall or fence, as ground cover plants if there is enough space, or up a pillar or post. Do not grow them in or near any valuable shrubs as most are too vigorous and would choke them out. In general, they should be grown in sun or partial shade, and can be propagated through semi-hard or hardwood cuttings, or by layering.


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