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by Northroader on May 08, 2006 02:31 AM
I live in Alaska and most of our gardening we start with seeds indoors. I had bought some flower roots at our local Home Depot. One of them was a beautiful Clematis. It started growing beautifully, then suddenly it wilted! Any suggestions on revitalizing? I still have a couple weeks before I can put them in the ground.

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by alankhart on May 08, 2006 02:34 AM
If the wilting isn't caused by a lack of water, then you may be dealing with a common problem called clematis wilt. It is a disease that causes the plant or parts of it to wilt and die. There is nothing you can do except cut off the affected part of the plant and hope it didn't spread.

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