(yb Zary 1996)
One exceptionally fine rose and a prolific bloomer; it is not uncommon to have 40 to 50 blooms on a mature own root bush. It is colorful in the garden with its yellow petals edged in pink and also continues to impress the judges at rose shows. It will win Queen and work equally well in miniature challenge classes including English box or Floater. Removing a row of petals will improve the bloom size. If you plan to exhibit with this rose it must be protected from dew and rain as it does water spot but is worth the effort. A regular spray program will insure a clean plant.