Jackmanii Clematis Vine (Clematis ‘Jackmanii’)
Jackmanii Clematis Vine
Jackmanii is the brightest and most fragrant clematis vine you can find. No matter where you plant it, this vine transforms your outdoor living space into an exotic showplace.
Beginning around mid-summer and continuing until the first frost, the Jackmanii Clematis lights up your garden with its huge, fragrant, purple blooms.
This is one of the best climbing vines you’ll ever grow. Jackmanii blossoms occur in huge masses… they literally blanket the lush emerald green foliage of this dazzling vine. These huge flowers can grow nearly 6 inches across!
With spectacular blooms and naturally dense foliage, Jackmanii is ideal for accenting a privacy screen. If you have an unattractive wall, pool equipment, or an A/C unit in your yard, you can flawlessly conceal it with a colorful panel of Clematis.
This is a true plant-and-forget variety…especially since we’ve put in the hard work to ensure your Clematis Vine is nurtured and grown well, long before it arrives at your doorstep.
And unlike varieties found at big-box stores, your Jackmanii Clematis is prepared to thrive and burst forth with color for years to come.
But the Jackmanii Clematis Vine grows quickly and sells out quickly, so order yours today to add this captivating addition to your landscape!
Plant your Clematis in a spot that receives full sun but is safe from cold, dry winds. If you need to plant your Clematis in the shade, make sure the shade is open and warm. Shade over the roots can be helpful but not necessary. Plant in a hole that is twice as wide but only as deep as the root ball. Do not over-cover the top of the root. Water to settle.
This vine can tolerate wet or dry conditions. Be sure to water the vine weekly in its young life to ensure proper growth. After a couple of years, you only need to water the tree during very dry spells. Avoid overwatering if you live in a humid climate.
Pruning is not necessary and can inhibit growth if overdone. Only prune overcrowded or tangled areas in late winter.
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