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  • Gardeners may have trouble with clematis as transplants are often unable to tolerate the ravages of harsh spring weather. Plants arriving in early spring may not survive if developing shoots are frozen or dried by cold spring winds. If you've lost plants in the spring, try planting them in the fall. Simply plant spring-purchased clematis in six-inch pots and protect them from freezing weather and dry wind. Keep the plants potted through the summer, then set out in their permanent locations in late September. Next spring, the plants will bloom in all their glory!