A good choice for a light yellow rose (darker towards the flower centre) with a decent scent.
The blooms appear individually or in small clusters on stout stems from early summer, and stand up well to heavy showers.
Two extra plusses are that the foliage is large, and that the flowers last well when cut.
Mixes well with stronger reds and apricot-copper roses.
Prune by about one-half in February.