A woodlander with most unusual leaves; over a foot wide, shallowly 6- to 10- lobed, lending them a octagon shape. The edges are toothed for more drama. To make it more dramatic, produces clusters of bell-shaped, deep crimson-maroon 1" flowers, followed by oval fruits, also about an inch. Easy to grow, does best in humus-rich soil. Drought tolerant once established.