It is like a a hedge that flowers from top to bottom for most of the year. Smallish, pointed buds develop into shapely blooms of a cream apricot that last well and cleanly drop off as they age. Since they appear in small clusters on
very short stems, there is no need for dead heading or trimming. The leaves are impervious to fungus diseases. The plants become attractive, free standing, feature specimens. They do well in large pots and form a hedge spaced about a meter from each other.
The blooms are not as large as other Panarosa roses, but the abundance easily makes up for it.