Clematis x jackmanii ‘Dominika’
The large pale mauve-blue flowers edged in deeper mauve and have cream anthers. Blooms are freely produced from December until April on a vigorous plant which can in the right spot grow 4 metres into a tree although generally it will only make 2-3 metres. As ‘Dominika’ flowers on the current year’s growth cut down to 15-30cm during winter. ‘Dominika’ makes a great plant to cover a fence, an arbour or trellis or clamber through trees. This Clematis was raised in 1972 by the Polish Jesuit monk Brother Stefan Franczak. In Polish dominika means “belongs to the lord” and is generally used as a girl’s name.
These are deciduous plants shipped in their winter dormant state
Pruning Group 3