This article is from the Rose Gardening FAQ, by Bill Chandler firstname.lastname@example.org, Jolene Adams email@example.com, Brent C. Dickerson firstname.lastname@example.org, Karen Baldwin email@example.com, and many contributors
These roses are extremely hardy, have attractive foliage with various
tints in the Fall, and bear sprightly single or double blossoms in most
all the colors roses have, white, pink, red, yellow. Many are very
compact, neat-looking bushes. `William III', `William IV', `Doorenbos
Selection', `Altaica', `Marmorata', `Sulphurea'. Three repeat-blooming
cultivars were produced, hybrids with the Damask Perpetual, one of
which is still with us: `Stanwell Perpetual'.