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13/10/2013 at 23:58

Hi,

Wonder if anyone can help.

I had a lovely evergreen clematis (forgotten it's name - dreadful,I know) that I moved in the summer. Probably not a good idea but it was a case of 'having to' not 'wanting to'. It was lovely,green and healthy looking when I moved it - carefully taking as much of the root ball that I could and replanting if deeply - but ever since it has just sulked. I cut it back to try to lessen the stress of moving it,but still all of the leaves went black and  now it looks dead. I'm hoping that it may recover in the spring but just wondered if anyone could raise my hopes any higher or did I do the wrong thing moving it?

Hopefully,

Deedee

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