The long yellow rose bloom's stems are perfect for cut flowers. 'Midas Touch' sort of old fashioned yellow rose flowers are quick to repeat bloom and flowers extremely freely over a long period. The foilage is large, abundant and medium green.
The growth habit is tall, upright and bushy and the disease resistance is very good.
Try planting them with vibrant red and orange flowers for a hot-color combination, or, my favorite, plant them with violet blues and purples, such as English Lavender or Catmint (Nepeta).
One downside to the rose is, that it tends to open too quickly in hot weather. So I don't recommend it for desert areas and areas with very hot summers.
The rose received the All Ammerican Rose Society's (AARS) award in 1994. Zones 6-11.