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Rose Arey. Helen Fowler, daughter of the famous water gardener and hybridizer W.B. Shaw of Shaw Gardens in Washington, D.C., produced this pink hybrid in 1913 and was given its name in honor of her cousin. The blossom is a uniform shade of rose-pink, star shaped, with an abundance of yellow stamens. Its fragrance is of sweet fruits. When young the leaves are entirely dark red. It received the Award of Merit at the Royal Horticulture Society. It is a strong dependable grower.