|Neutral ||Calif_Sue ||On Jun 8, 2007, Calif_Sue from Northern California
United States (Zone 9a) wrote:
From the Fryers Roses website: "(Fryelectric) An electrifying colour from this eye-catcher, that really stands out from the crowd. Glowing, bright orange and gold coloured flowers, that are well formed and fragrant. Halle is an extremely free flowering, bedding HT, as prolific as a floribunda, but with large blooms, carried both singly and in clusters of serveral together on a medium sized bush which continues producing fresh new flowers in amazing abundance throughout the season. Growth is also impressive with very resistant dark green foliage. A magnificent variety - perfect for brightening a dull border, bringing alive an informal hedge, planting in groups for mass colour effect or just singly as an impressive specimen. Named for the Halle Concerts Society who are based at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester. 90cms."