Double type; large; late midseason. Large guard-petals, incurved at first, relaxing later, about a globular, incurved center which is surrounded by whorls of large petals, each incurved upon its own center; clear, bright rose-pink, a trifle lighter in the collar and deep in the center when fully open; rose-like fragrance. A flower of fine form and pleasing color. The petals are shaded lighter at the edges, but there are no prominent markings. Some describe it as bright lilac-pink shaded lighter at edges. Very highly commended by Mr. Little.