Clematis x jackmanii ‘Westerplatte’
Flowering in spring and early summer this produces rich, dark red flowers that make an impressive display for their size and abundance. Clematis are not difficult to grow provided a few simple measures are observed: Prepare the soil for these clematis by digging as deeply as possible a patch 60-80cm across and incorporating compost. Animal manures should not be used. A dusting of ground lime should be added if the soil isn’t alkaline. Plant each of these clematis 4cm deeper than it is in the pot.
These are deciduous plants shipped in their winter dormant state
Pruning Group 2