This is a repeat flowering multiflora with semi-double, small, very fragrant light pink flowers in clusters of up to thirty five. The bush is from 4 to 6 feet tall and 4 to 6 ft wide covered with thousand of hips in the fall while still producing flowers. Plants have been tested to Zone 4 and are hardy to the tips.
(Climbing Tea) Very scented, large fully double flowers of buff, amber and apricot, with tints of pink deep in the centre. The repeat flowering blooms when fully open are often quartered and are complemented with large dark green leaves. Said to be the first of the Tea roses. Probably a vigorous bush at introduction but better grown as a climber on a short wall, where it can enjoy protection from the severest weather of winter. Can be grown as a shrub with support. Bred by Adam.