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my white clematis vine (I bought at Hewitts) end of last yr. bloomed in early June, has lots of green vine and no sign of any more blooms. I tested my soil, high in ph and low in PP&N. What can I do or add to soil to make it continue to bloom all summer? Thank you.

Clematis aren’t continuous bloomers.  Sometimes you can get a second round of flowers by cutting it back slightly (removing spent flowers that are forming seed pods).  Yould should also feed your clematis with Flower-Tone plants food as soon as the ground thaws in spring and again about 8 weeks later.  This will give it extra energy for stronger blooming potential.  Th pH will gradually come down as long as you don’t add lime to the area.

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