|Flowering month||VII, VIII, IX VII, VIII, IX|
|Plants height||6-10 m|
|Annual growth||1-3 m|
|Frost hardiness||6A - 9 Zones 6A - 9|
A polish variety selected in the district of Warsaw of the same name. A robust climber with attractive trumpet-shaped, brilliant orange flowers in July-September. Starts blooming in its second to third year after planting. It normally climbs by aerial roots, but needs a little support until established. Flowers best in full sun, in sheltered and warm locations; may freeze during severe winters. Excellent when trained over an arbour or a pergola and is particularly useful for covering walls and strong supports.