The variety is an cultivated type of wild red-leaved hazel (Corylus avellana f. Atropurpurea). Bred in 1969 by Polish breeder S. Zabierzanski in Warsaw as an occasional seedling. Medium-grown variety. Forms the decomposition of the crown. Flowering early or mid-early. It has a red leaf color that changes to greener in the second half of the summer. Medium size nuts (height up to 20 mm, width up to 18 mm). Forms inflorescences of 2-5 nuts. Medium thickness shell. The nucleus is large, completely filled. Has a sweet almond taste. Walnut ripening in the second or third decade of September.