|Color of flowers||white, fragrant|
|Plants height||1-1.2 m|
|Flowering month||VI, VII, VIII|
|Aspect||S, E, W|
|Pruning way||3 (hard)|
|Frost hardiness||Zones 5 - 9|
A species growing in the wild in Roztocze in Poland and statutorily protected in this region. A valuable perennial bearing small star-shaped fragrant white flowers in large (up to 50 cm) panicles. Some of the varieties have very attractive leaves of purple-bronze in spring, only turning to green with age. Raised stems are non-clinging, but they can lean against a support. When gown on its own, the stems scramble over the ground. Prune hard, close to the ground. It will grow in any soil as long as well drained. Grow in a sunny spot to get the best of the scent and profuse flowering.
Particularly suitable for perennial borders or for planting among trees.