This classic is a wonderfully vigorous grower, turns into a specimen plant quickly, and even though 1 parent in C. bowringiana, because the other parent is B. nodosa, the plant stays relatively short. Breaks into many new leads and each will bloom with 8 – 10 flowers. I recommend growing these in wooden or plastic baskets, which the plant will grow around until the basket is no longer visible. Many of these have been awarded CCMs by the AOS. These are blooming size divisions in 4-5″ pots that will bloom around Christmas.