Rose high-hopesThe shell-pink flowers are borne singly or in small clusters of 2-5 blossoms and fade to pale pink but always have a deeper pink center. The upright shrub produces and abundance of dark green leaves on stiff stems. The plant is vigorous but may suffer from black spot. ‘High Hopes’ won the Tokyo GM award in 1992.

Type: Large flowered climber

Origin: Harkness, Britain, 1992

Parentage: ‘Compassion’ x ‘Congratulations’

Flower Size: 3-4”

Petal Count: 25-32

Scent: Medium; sweet, spicey

Flowering: Repeats well

Plant Size: 10- 13’ H 7-10’ W

Hardiness: Zones 6-9

ARS Rating: NA.

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By Karen