A newer variety with we snatched up at Sarastro Nursery, Austria on our 2007 EU trip. The flowers are pink on the inside; crimson-pink on the outside, turning crimson as they age. According to Christain Kress the darkest thus far. Spreading, easy to grow "filler" for the woodland garden or in front of a shady border. Prefers moist, humusy soil but tolerates drier soil in summer as they are then dormant.