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Plantidote of the Day 2011-05-25



I figure most folks are familiar with some version of this woody, climbing vine that can just eventually take over. They are native to the United States and first noted was the Marsh Clematis in 1726. There are a hundred varieties and most climb, the flowers on the vine will change in color depending on light and as they age. They require full sun but their feet need to be in the shade and kept cool and moist. Good luck with that! Read more about Plantidote of the Day 2011-05-25

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