This vigorous and rapid twinging climber, this female variety has large heart shaped leaves, fragrant creamy flowers and can produce edible fruit if planted with a male.
Collect fruit before the 1st frost, they should ripen within a few weeks if placed in a bowl with other fruit. They can be kept in the fridge for 3 months in a pierced plastic bag.
Semi ripe cuttings or grafting in late summer.
Chalk, Clay, Peat
Soil PH preference
Suits wall-side borders in an urban/courtyard garden and cottage or formal garden if a sheltered location.
Generally pest & disease free