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Clematis alpina 'Pamela Jackman'
Alpine Clematis 

Clematis alpina 'Pamela Jackman'
Common name

Alpine Clematis

Group

Climbers

Family

Ranunculaceae

Description

Alpine Clematis. A climber with light green leaves and bell-shaped; deep purple-blue flowers; with cream and blue anthers. Max Height 2m to 3m. Max Spread 1.5m. Flowers April to May. Full sun/partial shade. Hardy. Back-fill with soil mixed with peat substitute and a suitable fertiliser.

Characteristics

Growth habit
Climbing
Fragrance
No
Hardiness
Hardy
Toxicity
Harmful if eaten/skin and eye irritant

Size

Growth speed
Fast
Ultimate height
2m; 3m
Ultimate spread
1.5m

Colour

Flowers
Purple; Blue in April; May
Foliage
Green - Deciduous
Fruit
Orange in September; December
 

Growing your plants

Aspect
Full sun/partial shade Sheltered Site
Soil
Fertile
Moisture
Well drained
Propagation
Stem cuttings
Usage
Climbing wall
Planting
Back-fill with soil mixed with peat substitute and a suitable fertiliser

Caring for your plants

Pruning
After flowering Cut back flowered shoots to encourage new growth
Maintenance
Re-pot if necessary in spring using a suitable potting compost
Care
Cut back after flowering
Pests & diseases
Red spider mite; Scale

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Caned 3 litre 60-80 cm --- £7.47 £ 43