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Hands down the most popular rose ever hybridized, and still going strong after more than half a century. Big, somewhat spreading, rugged plants that will stay clean as long as you don't over fertilize. Some have claimed that this pink edged yellow is deteriorating because of over propagation, but if you go back to the fertilization methods of the era in which it was introduced, gardeners were dependent upon manure and rarely employed commercial plant foods. Still appears in rose shows because it seems to survive anywhere. Flower Size: 5-7". Fragrance: Mild, fruity. Hybridizer: Meilland, 1945.