QUEEN MAXIMA® flowers between June and September. This climbing plant has abundant large tulip-shaped flowers at the end of its stems. More impressive than the flowers of 'Princess Diana', they can reach a size of 9 to even 10 cm! The four sepals which make up the 'tulip' are of a dark, almost red, pink and are very bright. Its outer tips are lightly edged in white.
The plant is robust. It is grown on a stake or can be used as ground cover or for cut flowers.
In Winter cut out every second branche at 50 cm over the ground. Cut out dead wood and faned flowers. Cut also the stems that go over the support.