|Color of flowers||pale mauve-pink with a carmine bar|
|Plants height||2-3 m|
|Flowering month||V, VI, VII, VIII, IX V, VI, VII, VIII, IX|
|Aspect||N, E, W|
|Pruning way||2 (light)|
|Frost hardiness||4 - 9 Zones 4 - 9|
A moderately fast growing cultivar with bicolor flowers. Large, pale mauve-pink blooms with red anthers, each sepal with a carmine central bar, are profusely borne in May and June and again in July - September. It doesn’t like extremely hot, sunny areas, best planted on a north wall or in a shady position to prevent bleaching. Excellent for growing over fences, walls, arbors, pergolas, trellises and poles. It can also be grown over natural supports such as coniferous or deciduous bushes and dwarf shrubs.