Posted: 14/05/2017 at 11:35
The clematis will probably be dry - that's the usual issue. There's also been cold weather, so it's normal for new growth to get a bit discoloured. It should be fine. Don't force stems into place - if necessary, add a few more canes to guide the new growth where you want it. It can be alittle tricky soemtimes, and new growth breaks easily. Not that it's ever happened to me....
You need to shove a cane or something similar into the ground and train your jasmine towards the fence and the supports. If it's long enough, and pliable enough, just guide it back and tie it in.
When you plant your other clem, just make sure it's nice and damp before it goes in, and the roots aren't tight in the pot. Plant deeply and water well after you plant. A good mulch with compost or well rotted manure will help with moisture retention too. Keep them really well watered, especially in long dry spells, and if there's a lot of other planting nearby competing for moisture.