A low-care rose for the landscape—it's the first shrub to win the AARS award. It has several good qualities: vigorous, easy to grow, bushy and full of very disease-resistant foliage, hardy in harsh climates. Provides clusters of ruffled pink blooms with a sweet scent of fresh-cut apples. Proven performer. Hardy, clean & showy.

General Information

  • Class Shrub
  • Cultivar cv. MEIdomonac
  • Plant Habit Bushy
  • Growth Habit Spreading
  • Plant Height 2 to 5 feet
  • Plant Width 4 to 6 feet
  • Foliage Color Small, semi-glossy, dark green
  • Flower Color Pure pink
  • Flower Size Small
  • Flower Form Very double
  • Petal Count 35 to 40
  • Parentage (Rosa sempervirens x Mlle. Marthe Carron) x Picasso
  • Hybridizer Marie-Louise Meilland
  • Intro Year 1987
  • Introduced By Conard-Pyle Co.
  • AARS Winner AARS—1987