This 1991 AARS® winner has cupped flowers of radiant hot pink with a creamy pink reverse and emits a light and pleasant fragrance. Combining insect and disease resistance with a compact habit that's elegant yet informal, this rose requires little maintenance. Reddish-orange hips in fall add to its considerable charm. Own root.
Set top of rootball two inches above the ground level. Mix half garden soil and half planting mix. Mound soil to form water basin.