The beautiful buds of this prolific hybrid musk start out vermillion to apricot and open to white blooms with a delicate blush of peach. They occur in large clusters throughout the season. The plant is fairly disease resistant, and likes to grow wider than it does tall. It produces many orange hips in fall. It received a gold medal in 1925. Bred by Pemberton in 1924, hardy from zone 3 some say.