Harkness , 1992
Abundantly flowering, strong spray rose with large, bowl-shaped, double, beautiful, soft orange flowers, with a light citrus scent. The leaves are medium green, glossy and healthy. Very good repeat-flowering until late autumn.
Very vigorously flowering spray rose with large, double, bowl-shaped flowers that grow in small clusters of up to 7 flowers. Their colour is particularly warm orange-apricot. The flowers have a soft, sweet, fruity fragrance. They repeat-flower quickly between June and November. The autumn flowering gives a more intense orange colour. The plant is upright growing and has many spikes branches. The leaf is medium green, glossy and very healthy. Highly recommended for single-coloured beds, in groups between other roses and perennials, as a hedge. ‘Fellowship' has a well-known mutation and an equally floriferous variety: 'Easy Going'.
- Preferred location: Sun
- Plant distance: 45cm cm of 4,0 plants /m2
- Frost resistance: to -10°C