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What does Free-Flowering mean?

Postby countrychic » Apr 30, 2008 12:46 pm

I'm trying to decide on a Clematis, and some are free-flowering. What does this mean as opposed to Repeat Bloomer (which I think I do understand, lol). (eg, Dr. Ruppel blooms from spring to summer)
The free-flowering Clematis blooms in May, or the other says 'very free flowering, blooms midsummer to late fall. Does this mean the same flower survives for that long?
huh? lol
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Postby murphy » Apr 30, 2008 7:15 pm

I think and I might be wrong...free flowering means it blooms continuously without break...and re blooms means it has a down time in between sets of blooms.
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