Low Roses | Bushes | Shrubs | Climbers
|This flower blends red and yellow to produce the cheeriest, and most informal effect among roses. The yellow quickly fades leaving a rose in a dusky coral and dirty pink - not especially pretty. But to see the bush covered with fresh blossoms is to be glad.
The plant is healthy and vigorous. It's very nicely branched, and well foliaged. Its many virtues are reflected in its ARS rating: 8.4 and in its award from the Royal National Rose Society (1975)
It took 20+ years for Americans to catch up, but this rose is now widely distributed.
|Cocker, UK 1975|