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We have erected a trellis which will enjoy the sun from all directions. We would like, however, to plant a clematis and a rose that will flower to the north, as we will be looking at the trellis from the north looking south.

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  • Posted: Sat. 12th June 2010 12:03

Re: climbing clematis and rose

Reply from Mark Gregory

Difficult call that one..most plants that like to flower will want to turn south! wouldn't you? you can try and encourage by pruning.and things are never so black and white..so do not be put off..pick your rose, and clematis to compliment.(remember to plant the roots in deep shade.and plant deeper than you would think, ie about 100mm below the surface.it avoids clematis wilt and they really love it and do much better..
hope that is of some help...
Mark Gregory.

  • Posted: Thu. 17th June 2010 19:07