Bred for hardiness, this rose has Hybrid Tea shaped flowers with high centers at first and petals with creamy white edges and blush pink centers. The strongly scented flowers are carried on long stems either singly or in clusters of three to five, occasionally up to seven, and remain attractive for a long time either on the bush or in the vase. The plants are vigorous and bushy with a good covering of prickles and dark green leathery leaves that are bronzy when young. Flowers tend to ball in wet weather.

Type: Shrub Rose

Origin: Buck, US, 1975

Parentage: ‘Queen Elizabeth’ x ‘Pizzicato’) x ‘Prairie Princess’

Flower Size: 3.9”

Petal Count: 38-45

Scent: Strong and sweet

Flowering: Repeats well

Plant Size: 4-5’ H x 4’ W

Hardiness: Zones 5-9

ARS Rating: 8.1

By Karen