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In short, no. If you only planted it in May this year, it isn't surprising you've not yet seen any flowers. I would not recommend pruning it - Clematis montana varieties are only pruned immediately after flowering if they have become very overgrown or spread too far after a few years. They do not need pruning in order to encourage flowering and are ...


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Great story! And great name for an apple: Lazarus. Since you have critters outside, I would leave both sprouts for now. Until it gets big enough to not be eaten by animals anymore (do you know what animal?), you have more chance with 2 spouts instead of just one. I don't know what kind of apple you had, but most apple trees can survive hardiness zone 6b. So ...


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