Seedling number 2871. Parentage record lost. First bloomed and propagated before 2011. Late Mid-season blooming BOMB form flowers are a pale blush in typical Missouri early season warm-up temperatures, soon passing to creamy white, more intensely so at center. Flowers are 12.5cm (5”) in diameter, with one to two side buds per stem. Guard petals are flat and rounded, 4.5cm (1.8”) in width. Flower presentation is upright, with fragrance noted. Five to six sparsely hairy carpels are pale green, with pink (RHS 66D) stigmas. No stamens or pollen, though produces seeds. The short to medium-height plant 63.5cm (25”) is distinctly refined in scale, with upright growth. Both flowers and stems hold well, even in rough weather. Mechanical support is unnecessary. Emerging spring shoots are lightly bronzed-green, soon passing to a rich green. Foliage holds its color well throughout the summer growing season. Average rate of increase. Overall, a plant well-suited to landscape viewing.