Once the most popular climber in England, it is easy to see why it has been widely grown.  It is a very healthy plant, has great rebloom, and a delicious,  strong, citrusy fragrance.  The large blooms are a beautiful blend of pink, salmon, and apricot.  It is a vigorous plant which can be trained on a support or grown as a shrub.  It received three gold medals and a fragrance award.  Bred in 1973 by Harkness, it is  rated as hardy from zone 4.