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Evergreen Clematis problems

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by Kris White on May 28, 2006 09:21 AM
Does anyone have experience with evergreen clematis? I have a two year old vine that is covering a chain link fence. It spread beautifully over the last years but this year the base started to turn black and the bottom leaves yellowed and have now died. I see this blackness starting to spread up the vine and am fearful that the vine will die in a matter of weeks. Does anyone know what this could be? I live in zone 8, very hot, but the plant has only limited sun, 2 hours in the a.m. and about 2-3 hours in the late afternoon. It did well last year so i am at a loss now..Help!!
by RaspberryParfaitDianthus on May 28, 2006 09:35 AM
Is your soil moist? Clematis need well-drained soil, as overly wet soil encourges disease growth.
I do not have any Clematis, so that is all the help I can give. Sorry!

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