Type: Hybrid Musk

A very profuse blooming rose of restrained habit. Hundreds of small, 2" pink single blooms with a white eye having a slight sweet/honey fragrance are borne in huge clusters. Makes a wonderful show in a vase.

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(Gallon Pot)

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Alternate Name(s) No
Specifc ARS Score No
Bloom Type Single
Breeder Code No
Characteristics Cutting, Hips, Pots, Shade, Single
Specific Color Pink/white eye
Country of Origin England
Fragrance No
Hardiness Zone(s) 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Patent # No
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Shade Tolerant Yes
Approximate Size 4' x 3'
Year 1937


Customer Reviews (7)

a championReview by susan in Ridgefield WA zone 7- 8
I shoved this rose into the edge of my front perennial flower bed. It does not mind being crowded. In the hot days of July and August when even the most vigorous of rose tire, this one continues to have large pink to white clusters.(It thinks it is June) It is the last to finish blooming and is one of the most carefree roses I have. It is practically thornless so being next to the sidewalk is not a problem. One of my favorite roses. (Posted on 7/26/2018)
Beautiful Rose Review by Susan
I received this rose about four weeks ago in October stripped of leaves and twiggy. In four short weeks after planting in a semi-large pot, it is full of the cutest and most gorgeous clusters of little roses and healthy as well. So happy to have chosen this variety to add to my garden and patio pot garden of over fifty roses ! (Posted on 11/10/2017)
One of the bestReview by River Girl
I had this rose growing on our property for years. It's beautiful, dancing canes, were covered by hundreds of blooms. It was one of my favorites. It is prone to black spot in humid areas like WV, but a good spray every ten days or so keeps it healthy. I love the own root stock and find all their stock healthy. I would definitely recommend this rose! (Posted on 11/7/2017)
Very Sweet RoseReview by DD
Received 2 Ballerinas at the end of May and planted them just in time for our record high temperatures of over 100 degrees for a full week! Not only did they survive the brutal temps they started blooming in a few weeks with the sweetest, daintiest, soft pink roses. It is now September about 3 1/2 months after planting and they are 4x their size and blooming like crazy. They receive only 3 to 4 hours of afternoon sun and are in the shade most of the day in Albuquerque, NM zone 7 (Posted on 9/9/2017)
FavoriteReview by Nita
I've grown dozens of roses and this is by far my favorite. It produces Wisteria-like clusters of blossoms and is virtually thornless. (Posted on 5/9/2017)
One of my favoritesReview by Martha
I planted this beauty a year ago, and am amazed how vigorously it's grown. I simply adore the flowers which as a previous reviewer mentioned, resembles the dogwood. It sits in the shade until about 11 AM. I really wish I had planted it in a more prominent spot so that passers-by can enjoy it. Guess I'll just have to purchase another next year. (Posted on 6/16/2016)
Great showReview by Deena
I had this growing in my front yard in Western Washington and it was one of my favorites. I always had people commenting how beautiful it was. It's like having a miniature pink dogwood tree that stays in bloom all summer long. It did seem prone a bit prone to powdery mildew, but all my roses, if left untreated, either had that or black spot in that damper, cooler climate. Was easily taken care of with Bayer systemic. (Posted on 10/9/2014)

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