Romantic flower, large, double, cupped, with a diameter of 8-10 cm and composed of 25-30 mauve petals with lilac-pink shades; it has an intense fragrance.
Re-flowering and moderately disease resistant, it grows compact up to 80 cm in height and 60 cm in width.
The leaf is dark green, shiny. It is a frost-resistant variety; the flower lends itself to cutting.
Selected by Harkness in 1975; in the same year it was awarded the RNRS Edland Fragrance Medal in the competition of the Royal National Rose Society.