Carnation is a found Bermuda rose, named for the frilly edged petals.
Bred in 1831 and from France and named for the son of Empress Josephine, this rose is noted for its strong fragrance and moderate size.
From 1897, this rose is included in the World Federation of Rose Societies Old Rose Hall of Fame. It generally blooms in clusters and has a strong spicy fragrance
An 1898 rose, this is a great garden shrub. Deep glossy leaves.