Can I Transplant A Clematis – How And When To Move Clematis Vines

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer That perfect spot we select for our plants doesn’t always work out. Some plants, like hostas, seem to benefit from a brutal uprooting and root disturbance; they’ll spring back quickly and flourish as new plants throughout your flower bed. Clematis, however, does not like to be messed with once it has rooted, even if it is struggling where it is. Continue reading to learn how to transplant clematis successfully. Can I Transplant A Clematis? Replanting a clematis vine requires a little extra work and patience. Once rooted, a clematis will struggle if it is uprooted. Sometimes, replanting a clematis vine is necessary because of a move, home improvement or just because the plant is not growing well in its present location. Even with special care, transplanting will be very stressful for the clematis and you can expect it to take about a year for the


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