Double type; large; late midseason. Inner surface of petals rich glowing rose-pink; compact, globular form, a little thin at the collar, developing a very flat crown packed full of small petals arranged in rose form; slight tea-rose fragrance. Very tall; strong growth; free-blooming. Well furnished with dark green foliage. A bold, handsome bloom of striking color; extra good for landscape effects. Usually opens better than most late varieties.