Clusters of double-fringed, softly fragrant, clear pink blooms. The blooms look more like a carnation than a rose and are quite charming. Some repeat on a compact rounded shrub. This one hardy, tough rose. If it gets a bit leggy just cut it back in the spring to 6 inches. Be sure to wear some protective gear as this is a prickly, thorny rose. We have never observed any disease or bugs on this rose in our garden.