Smith's ParishThis flower is good for your area This flower is too tender for your area
4 to 6 feet Z7-11 R w
Sure to be popular with our connoisseurs of the unusual, "Smiths Parish" taunts us with delightfully small semi-double cupped blooms of either pure white, white with bright red streaks or deep shades of pink or red, all flowering at the same time. This particular trait is not dependable, and although it blooms continually white, a solid red rose is an exception rather than the rule, but all the more exciting when it occurs! The foliage is pale green and dainty on this vigorous bush. There has been speculation that this may be "Fortunes Five-Colored-Rose".