It is a vigorous climber that bears beautiful rose pink double flowers that are very lovely.
The flowering starts in early summer with repeat blooms throughout summer and fall. The darling oval buds open to reveal large and very beautiful well-formed blooms.
This is a slightly lax plant with branching canes that are easy to train.
The picture of the rose above shows it trained on a rustic pergola, but it will also enhance low fences,
walls, and it's also a good subject for pillars as well.
The rose was introduced by Boerner, USA, in 1952. Zones 4-9, height 12-15 feet.