Delicate soft pink and cream blooms fading to almost white.
Flowering is most prolific in the spring, but is a little less so in summer. However the late summer and autumn show is quite something as the flowers are borne in huge panicles bearing the most highly coloured and longest lasting flowers of the year.
If the spent flowers are not removed, large round red hips are produced which look most attractive among the autumn flowers.
Good strong disease resistant foliage.
Can really brighten up a dull autumn day. Shade tolerant and makes a good hedge. Excellent Perfume.Bred by the Rev Joseph Pemberton and named after one of his daughters.
Awards: National Rose Society Certificate of Merit 1927. Royal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Merit 1993.