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Clematis 'Stella' (Jackman)

Pale violet or deep mauve flowers with a reddish plum-purple bar. Chocolate anthers. According to Johnson, the flowers are fragrant with a "fine scent of cowslip". This cultivar is mentioned by Markham (1935) and Whitehead (1959) but now appears to be lost from cultivation - please contact us if you know otherwise. Not to be confused with a viticella hybrid of the same name raised by Markham around 1937.

  
Group:Early large-flowered group
Fragrant:Yes
Flowering period(s): infodotJun Jul Aug Sep
Pruning:Light prune (Group 2)
Raised by:G Jackman & Son
Country of origin:United Kingdom
Date raised: infodot1871
Other name(s):None known
  
Further detail:  infodot
Flower diameter: 13cm
Tepals: 8, deeply overlapping

Database entry: 1156

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The Jackmans