Posted: 26/02/2012 at 19:15
I have one each of these plants in large terracotta pots. They have been in there for aprox 4 years, I didn't have a garden when I got them.
I am now lucky enough to have a garden and want to get them out of the pots so they can spread their roots and hopefully flourish.
What is the best way to get them out? Should I water them or try and get them out as they are? I do want to save the plants as they have been with me for a number of years, but I also don't want to crack or damage the pots, The reality is the pots are probably worth more than the plants.
Is this the right time to plant them in the ground?
I don't know the exact species of either but I know that the Clematis is an early flowering one, with white flowers
Thanks for any advice