This Gallica grandiflora rose was brought to the U.S. by Professor Niels Ebbsen Hansen in 1906. It is a useful and charming plant with a graceful arching growth habit and fragrant blooms of deepest rose pink bearing a circlet of golden stamens. The blooms appear over several weeks. This rose has been in our gardens for just three years, but, so far, it seems to be keeping to a moderate height.
Introduced in 1906.