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Under the maple tree, I transplanted Clematis

Propagation by cutting

The clematis I’ve been trying to propagate by cuttings seems to have taken root, so I’ve transplanted them.

Clematis is a very vigorous plant, so it is relatively easy to propagate by cuttings. I took the cutting of clematis in the middle of June and stuck them into mixed soil with compost and perlite.

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A view from Japanese writer, about Japan, to decode its society and to glimpse the culture.

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Mai(はな)

Mai(はな)

A Japanese born blogger and writer who currently lives in Canada. https://japanesque-cafe.com/

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