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This splendid stalwart of rosedom has been gracing landscapes since its introduction in 1905. All through the summer months it offers a repeated display of reddish-violet, double flowers that perfume the air with their spicy clove fragrance. Large, bright red rose hips follow in fall. Rugose-type, dark green foliage takes on orange hues in fall and is rarely bothered by insects or disease. Plants fill in nicely for screening. Super hardy, breezing through Zone 3 winters with no protection. Grown own root. Flower Size: 3-4". Fragrance: Intense clove. Hybridizer: Schaum & Van Tol, 1905.