The bright crimson flowers have a strong musk scent. The semi-double florets are borne in clusters on strong straight stems. The small foliage is dark green on a vigorous bush with pillar-type growth to 8-10 feet. It is a very pleasing bush that with pruning can be trained to be a medium-sized plant that is disease free. Pemberton named this rose after the powerful wife of Emperor Jahangir of India, whom legend credits with the discovery of ‘Attar of Roses’.