This flashy Floribunda has bright golden yellow flowers with a wide orange-red edging and golden stamens. The mildly fragrant flowers are borne singly or in clusters of three to seven. They have a flat to cup-shaped form and are lightly double with ten petals. The petals have yellow backs and wavy edges that emphasize the contrasting colors. The bush has dark, glossy, healthy leaves is disease resistant and easy to grow. It is a popular exhibition rose with flowers that last a long time on the bush or in a vase.
Origin: Alex Cocker, Scotland, 1976
Parentage: ‘City of Leeds’ x (‘Chanelle’ x ‘Piccadilly’)
Petal Count: 10
Flowering: Repeats well
Plant Size: 4’ x 4’
Hardiness: Zones 6 and warmer
Awards: Portland GM 1989