(ab Tucker 2000)
Classified as an apricot blend but more often than not it is white with orange at the petal edges although cool Spring and Late Fall temperatures will bring out the orange coloration best. This is a full figured rose that will flaunt its capabilities and often win Queen of show and will also blend in exceptionally well in most types of miniature challenge classes. Care must be taken not to cut this rose too early as grooming will be close to impossible, but if you wait too long, it will become an open bloom and not one that will garner many blue ribbons. It is a great garden rose, but must be sprayed to prevent any outbreak of Powdery Mildew. Black spot is typically not an issue with this rose.