(Kunderd, 1951) – Double – Deep Rose – Very Early. Tall. Mild fragrance. Glowing deep rose that is neither pink nor red. It stands out distinctly different in the field. The flower is a round high-built double made up of evenly spaced long narrow petals. No stamens. The flower is held well up above the foliage. Introduced by Ernest I. Stanley, Goshen, Indiana, with the above description. List in 1955 by Wassenberg and Krekler.
Kunderd / Stahly