Light pink cluster bloomer, vigorous, fragrant and flowers throughout the season.
“Mrs. Sasser” is a "found" rose, given to Malcolm Manners by Liz Druitt (Texas) a few weeks before she died. She wanted to preserve it and said I "must" grow it. Unfortunately, I didn't realize how little time Liz had, so did not get details of the plant's history. It's a "typical" old-style Noisette (similar to Blush Noisette), and I believe it will make a large shrub or perhaps a compact climber. Leaves 5-9 leaflets, often with tiny extra leaflets at the bases of the normal ones.