Double type; very large; late. Bright old-rose-pink, with highlights of lighter rose and pink; faint, rose-like fragrance. Tall; floriferous; strong stems. Light green, narrow foliage. Valuable for exhibition purposes chiefly, but also of sufficiently sturdy habit to have decorative value in the garden. “Finer in quality than most varieties of equal size.”—Saunders. “A very remarkable plant and flower, but I think the texture is coarse. It lacks the peculiar charm which makes THÉRÈSE so captivating.”—Fewkes.
Brand, O.F & A.M.