Shrub rose with a low spreading arching habit. Glossy medium green foliage. Flowers are mauve, held in very large clusters, single petal flowers, one-inch wide (petal count 4-8). Rose is a continuous perpetual bloomer.
Full sun, well-drained soil. Prune by the renewal method removing about one-third of the oldest canes in the spring down to soil line as needed to keep the shrub open and new canes in production. Prune the stem back to a branch angle (a process called heading back) as needed to reduce width and height.
Additional pests and problems that may affect this plant:
Extreme disease resistance to black spot and mildew. Watch for Japanese beetle, aphid, cane borer and rose midge.
Non-stop flowering make it excellent for beds, borders, mass plantings and containers.