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Photo © from Moore & Jackman (1877) 'The Clematis as a Garden Flower'
Large, deep claret-purple flowers with velvety tepals and pale yellow anthers. This Jackman's cultivar is mentioned by Markham (1935) and Whitehead (1959) but now appears to be lost from cultivation - please contact us if you know otherwise.
The plate reproduced from Moore & Jackman (1877) shows 'Rubella' with 'Marmorata'.
Late large-flowered group Flowering period(s):
Jul Aug Sep Pruning:
Hard prune (Group 3) Raised by:
G Jackman & Son Country of origin:
United Kingdom Date raised:
1858 Parentage: viticella
'Atrorubens' x lanuginosa
Flower diameter: 16-18cm
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