Species: P. albiflora. History: Originated by Calot in 1867. DESCRIPTION IN BRIEF: Full double, mauve rose, early bloomer, very good. DESCRIPTION IN DETAIL: Rose type, very little differentiated; very stout stems; petalodes and carpelodes of various sizes, shapes and widths. Next the carpelodes is a ring of staminodes which are Japanese in type, having remnants which are quite different in color; being a cerise yellow, they are not prominent, being mostly hidden; no carpels, but a compact mass of carpelodes in very center, general tendency to be two-storied. Color of guards mauve rose 1(153). Size medium to large. Odor pleasant XX. Foliage large and vigorous, dark green, perfectly smooth.