How to take cuttings from clematis

In this video clip, Monty shows how to take internodal cuttings from clematis, and explains how to provide the conditions they need to root successfully.

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Monty Don guides you through the process of taking internodal cuttings from clematis. Using the variety 'William Kennet', he shows you which stems to select, how to trim them ready for planting, how deep to insert them, and how to provide the conditions they need to root successfully. Do give it a try and make new clematis plants for free.


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