propagating clematis
I'd like to propogate a Will Goodwin clematis, what is the best way to accomplish this?
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Take clematis cuttings of half hard branches, dip in rooting hormone and plant into a seed/rooting soil medium. (Pray a llittle) When rootlets form to a length of about a half-inch, plant into a small pot. Once growth is vigorous, plant out in the garden.

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