Posted: 01/07/2012 at 19:08
Oh no.... mine's been in for 17 years this month...First thing to be planted in the back garden when we moved into a new house. It's usually beautiful but the leaves are small and there's a lot of dead wood at the end of the branches. I thought it was the weather because neighbours two doors down have the same problem with theirs. It's the same age.
I'm going to get it pruned and see how it goes, but I'll be so sad if it has to be taken out...We've grown a clamatis through it and the contrast of the green leaf and dark purple clamatis flower is stunning
Lets hope it's the weather!