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.
One of the top Shrub roses in the country. Very hardy, disease-resistant, prolific bloomer,
super fragrant, great cut flower, what more can one say? Was almost lost to the compost heap if not for Mike Shoupe rescuing it and making it famous.