Description: Clusters of elongated buds open to double pink, musk-scented flowers; dark green, dense foliage; nearly thornless stems
Habit: Grows 3-4 feet high and 3-4 feet wide; compact plant that can be grown in containers
Culture: Prefers full sun and rich garden loam; keep moist until established; fertilize in spring
Hardiness: USDA Zones 5 through 9
‘Marie Daly’ is a pink-flowered sport of ‘Marie Pavíe,’ a white flowering Polyantha rose bred in 1888 by Frenchman Alphonse Alégatière. ‘Marie Daly’ is disease resistant and produces fragrant flowers in flushes throughout the season from spring through fall.
Arrives in a 1 gallon plastic pot.