A vigorous, twining, deciduous climber smothered in clusters of fragrant pale pink flowers in June and July. Since it spreads quickly in all directions, it’s ideal for covering a large south or west-facing wall or an unsightly garden building. Or try training it through a robust tree. To best appreciate the fragrant flowers chose a sheltered, sunny, well-drained site close to a house entrance or well-used path. In small gardens, it is better planted in a pot and trained up a trellis or wall.