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How To Propagate Clematis From Seeds And Cuttings | Clematis Vine

Adorn Your Balcony & Home Garden With Clematis Flowering Vine!

As we all know that flowering vines are the ornament of our homes, with this we can enhance the beauty of our house as well as it will also give us colorful flowers and fresh air.

This flowering vine will attract your friends and neighbors. So let’s see how to propagate clematis vines from seeds and cuttings, in easy steps. So stay tuned with us and follow the directions below!

How To Propagate Clematis From Seeds

How to propagate clematis from seeds and cuttings

You can grow clematis vines in a pot, container, or directly in the ground from the seeds. So, below you will learn to grow clematis vine in the pot, container, or in the garden. Follow the direction below!

How to grow clematis vine from seeds in a pot

Supplies you need

  • Gloves
  • Certified Seeds
  • Pot
  • Potting mix soil
  • Water
  • Trellis

How to grow

  • Wear gloves.
  • Take a pot, make a drainage hole in it.
  • Fill the pot with potting mix soil.
  • Now, with the help of your fingers, make 1/4 inches deep hole in the soil, four holes are enough.
  • Put the seeds in the holes, like one seed in one hole.
  • Cover the hole with some additional potting mix soil.
  • Water the soil and keep the pot in the sunlight source, or where the sunlight comes at least 6 hours a day.
  • Now, wait for the seeds to germinate.
  • Once the seeds germinate then you can transplant them into their final location.
  • At last, give support of a trellis to the vines, and allow them to climb up.

How to grow clematis vine from seeds in a container

Supplies you need

  • Gloves
  • Certified seeds
  • Container
  • Potting mix soil
  • Water
  • Trellis

How to grow

  • Wear gloves.
  • Take a container, make a drainage hole in it.
  • Fill the container with potting mix soil.
  • Now, with the help of your fingers, make 1/4 inches deep hole in the soil, for big container 6 holes are enough.
  • Put the seeds in the holes, like one seed in one hole.
  • Cover the hole with some additional potting mix soil.
  • Water the soil and keep the container in the full sun, or where the sunlight comes at least 6 hours a day.
  • Clematis seeds take 7 to 12 days to germinate.
  • When the seeds are germinated, and 4 to 5 inches long then you can give them the support of trellis, rope, fence, or wood strip and allow the vines to climb up.

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How To Propagate Clematis From Cuttings

How to propagate clematis from seeds and cuttings

If you already have clematis vines at home then easily grow more & more clematis vines from them. Ok so let’s see how to propagate below!

How to propagate clematis vines from cuttings in a pot & container

Supplies you need

  • Pot & container
  • Mature cuttings
  • Potting mix soil
  • Gloves
  • Water
  • Rooting hormone powder
  • Plastic polythene & bag, or zip lock bags
  • Wood or bamboo strip.

How to grow

  • Wear gloves.
  • Choose a pot & container that has a drainage hole.
  • Fill it with potting mix soil.
  • Now, choose a mature and thick stem from the vine.
  • With the help of scissors or a cutting knife, gently cut the stem. Remove all the leaves instead of the top two or four leaves.
  • With the help of rooting hormone powder, dip the downside part of your stem into the powder. You can propagate 3 cuttings in a pot.
  • Make 2 inches deep hole in the pot, you can use your finger or any tool it’s up to you. Three holes are enough for one pot and for a container 5 to 6 holes are enough.
  • Now, put the cuttings in the holes, like one cutting in one hole.
  • Cover the hole with some additional potting mix soil.
  • Water the cuttings, make sure to give suitable water to the cuttings, the soil should remain wet.
  • Now, cover the cuttings if the air is dry.
  • Take wood or bamboo sticks and a plastic bag. For each cutting take four wood sticks and one plastic bag.
  • Cover the cutting with a plastic bag. Make sure the cutting is not touching the bag.
  • Now, it’s time to care for your cuttings. Put the pot or container into the sunlight source, not in direct sunlight.

After all processes, clematis cuttings germinate in 2 to 3 weeks, or it also depends on the area and weather. As long as you just have to take care of them. Water the cuttings regularly and continue removing and replacing your plastic bag to retain moisture.

Once the leaves are 5 to 6 inches long then give support to the vines of trellis or rope. Or when vines are 9 to 10 inches long then you can keep them to their final location.

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Different Types Of Clematis

types of clematis

  • Fireworks
  • Henryi
  • Moonlight
  • Nelly Moser
  • Pamela Jackman
  • Maidwell Hall
  • Jacqueline Du Pre
  • Bluebird
  • Rosy O’Grady
  • Constance

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