This dainty rose bears double white flowers in airy sprays of up to 50 blooms, making a very free display on the first flush of bloom with a good continuation of bloom throughout summer and autumn. There is a delicate fragrance, and the flowers are remarkably tolerant of bad weather. The rose is suitable to group in beds or near the front of a border, beside a path, to make a low dense hedge, and in a container. The plant is normally dwarf and compact but can become sizable if not pruned. It grows vigorously with many twiggy shoots to average height or above for a Polyantha with many small, rich dark green leaflets.