Posted: 24/05/2013 at 10:38
Two years ago my Clematis alpina got the 'Chelsea scalp' and came back the next year bigger and better than ever.
I was worried that it would not recover but it's still thriving and flowering well - so far, so good.
Must say I only 'scalped' because the plant had become unsightly and I wanted to move it away from the drainpipe it
It is in a sunny position, in a large pot, just under the kitchen window, has been there for about six years and seems quite happy.
Does anyone have care advice for Clematis alpina? I am wondering if I
should repot the plant after it finishes flowering this year, or leave it alone?