'Old Blush's' flowers are medium, semi-double lilac pink and grow in loose clusters on the full, upright bush. The bush grows rather slowly to over five feet in height and sports neat, healthy foliage. The flowers have a very faint but fruity and pleasant scent.
The plant can be used as a hedge, a specimen, or in a border. Regardless of how you use it, it should be treated simply as a flowering shrub and not be fussed over. It is very hardy and prefers to be left alone to do its thing.
A throwback to what is best about the historical rose is what 'Old Blush' is. But you can bet I won't be throwing it back. I grow many roses and this is one of my favorites.