WEKplapep, Floribunda, (Carruth, United States, before 1996).
You might think stripes are a newfangled thing. But it’s the old rose heritage that brings the genetic striping to this spicy scented newcomer.
Each petal is as unique as a snowflake, some more burgundy splashed white, some more cream swirled red—all on the same
vigorous plant. The old fashioned form & fragrance may remind you of its stingy blooming ancestors. Yet the nearly continuous number of
blossoms lets you know there’s modern kinfolk in there, too. Distinctive clean quilted foliage. Best color & size in moderate temps. Perfect