Clematis x jackmanii ‘Charissima’
‘Charissima’ has exceptionally large cerise-pink flowers with a deeper pink bar and veins. The blooms are 15-20cm in diameter and have wavy margins. This clematis prefers to be given a light trim during winter and not cut down too hard. With a vine that grows 2-3 metres ‘Charissima’ makes a great plant to cover a fence, an arbour or trellis or clamber through trees and climbing roses.
‘Charissima’ was raised by English nurseryman Waler Pennell in 1962 and released in 1974.
These are deciduous plants shipped in their winter dormant state
Pruning Group 2