2 plants growing together
I have an arbor where I planted a clematis on either side. The clematis did not do well at the site so I transplanted it to another location. Thought I got the whole plant - apparently not. Planted a Lady Banks rose to replace the clematis. The Lady Banks rose is doing very well, but I noticed the clematis is coming up along with it. Will the clematis choke out the rose or will they do OK together?
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Surprisingly, they should do well together...remember, clematis like to have their "feet in the shade and their head in the sun," and eventually the lady banks could smother it, but I actually think it's worth waiting and see how they do together...growing roses and clematis together is a classic garden combination...let me know what happens.

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