|Color of flowers||white, with fragrant|
|Density on 1 m2|
|Annual growth||1-2 m|
|Frost hardiness||Zones 4 - 8|
A Polish male variety, remarkable on account of its variegated foliage. Leaves, white-green in May, become dramatically splashed with pink in June. The variegation appears in its second, third year after planting and is more prominent on leaves in full sun. Small, white with yellow stamens flowers, slightly lemon scented, opening in May. A good pollinator for female and bisexual plants of the genus Actinidia kolomikta. It grows up to 3-4 m tall and is generally hardy. Pruning is best done in late autumn or winter (before the vegetation period), or in summer after the stems have partially grown thick and woody; otherwise the vine will bleed sap.