Common Name: Shrub rose
Origin/Ecology: Garden origin.
Habit: Compact spreading shrub growing to 3-4′ tall with slightly wider spread.
Leaves: Pinnately compound leaves, ovate leaflets, dark and glossy
Leaf Arrangement: Alternate
Flowers and Fruit: Semi-double, pink flowers 6 cm in width. Little scent. Profuse bloomer. Attractive orange hips in fall persist into winter.
Water Use, Soil: Medium moisture, slightly acidic, well-drained garden loams. Requires deep watering but avoid overhead watering.
Exposure: Full sun.
Landscape Uses: Specimen, small groups or massed in borders, cottage gardens, foundations or rose gardens. Effective as small hedge.
Limitations: Susceptible to black spot, powdery mildew, rust, rose rosette, aphids, beetles, borers, scale, thrips, rose midges, leafhoppers, spider mites.