Most of the time the blooms on this plant are creamy white with a faint blush of either pink, lavender, or peach on the edges of the petals. Especially in cooler weather the blooms can be much more colorful. My plant developed a tendency to be more colorful after a year or two. It is always beautiful, very remontant, and a compact size with it's short shrubby stature of about 3'. It could be grown in a pot, or at the foreground of taller plants. There is a light fragrance. The leaves are dark and glossy, and have pretty good disease resistance. It's a harmonious plant with English and old garden roses. The name means " Greetings to Achen" , the raiser's home town.
Bred in 1909 by Geduldig, hardy from zone 4.