L. D. Braithwaite
This rose has the brightest crimson colouring of all the English Roses; standing out when viewed from across the garden. The blooms open wide and are slightly cupped. They are produced freely and flower with remarkable continuity. It forms a medium-sized, bushy shrub which looks particularly beautiful when grown in a mixed border. There is little scent until the flower ages, when it develops a charming Old Rose fragrance.