Parentage: ‘Miss America’ x ‘Bowl of Cream’. First bloomed 2009, first propagated 2011. DOUBLE. Soft warm pink flowers fading to white, 3 per stem. Light yellow petalodes embedded in some flowers. Flower size 20 cm (8 inches) with slight fragrance. Mid/late season flowering. Rounded, guard petals measuring 8 cm (3 inches) in width. Carpels variable, from none to 4, all are very small. Stigmas pink. No stamens, though staminodes may contain pollen enclosed in margins. Seeds unlikely under normal circumstances. Dark green broad-pointed foliage. Height at maturity 80 cm (32 inches). Stems thick and strong but with spreading growth habit they may benefit from support. The flower has a very traditional look to it and very soft color evocative of emotions like precious memories and love eternal.