Layering a clematis

Layering a clematis

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This image is part of the sequence Flowers: gardener layering a Clematis plant to produce a separate root system

Credit: GEOFF KIDD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Layering a clematis. Image 2 of 6. Gardener making an angled cut in a mature clematis stem (Clematis sp.) at a leaf node. This stimulates root development. The stem will produce a separate root system contained within the pot, after which it can be separated from the parent plant. To see a sequence of the process, see B630/524 to B630/527 and B630/532 to B630/533.

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