|Color of flowers
|V, VI V, VI
|S, E, W
|4 - 9 Zones 4 - 9
A highly attractive Japanese cultivar of double, pink flowers 10-14 cm in diameter, consisting of numerous sepals varying from elliptic to narrow – needle-shaped, bright-pink, sometimes nearly red that acquire green splashes in cold weather. Stamens and staminodia are of green hue but they turn pink when full blown.
Free-flowering from May till June. Flowers cover the plant tightly, nearly from the very bottom to the top. Light green leaves usually consist of three pointed elliptic leaflets. Reaches 1–1.5 m height. Climbs by means of leaf petiolae.
Suitable for growing over obelisks and other low garden supports as well as low trellises. Well-adjusted to container cultivation.
AWARDS: bronze medal at Plantarium'2013 in Booskop; bronze medal at Zieleń to Życie'2013 in Warsaw; golden medal at Flowers-Expo'2013 in Moscow. More about awards...