A tremendous repeat flowering rambling rose. This hybrid multiflora has become a favourite in the Sunbelt counties of the USA.
For peak performance the long canes need to be trained on a support, be it pole an arch fence or wall. It requires minimal pruning after it’s first year.
It flowers in extreme abundance in October and thereafter repeats. It can cover a considerable structure.
This rose survived Hurricane Katrina, continuing to live in the salt water flooded yard of Peggy Martin in Plaquemines Parish, New Orleans.