Double type; large; midseason. A shaggy, rose-pink flower of waxy texture, weak in the collar, very much brightened by many yellow stamens; center a little lighter pink, opens in excellent rose form, disclosing a cluster of stamens. Medium to tall; strong growth; free-blooming. Medium foliage. “It seems too much like a great many others.”—Thurlow. “A large flower of loose, flat, semi-double form. The broad, cupped guard petals enclose a center of irregular petals with stamens intermingled. Color light violet-rose shading lighter at the ends of the petals.”—Little.