A stunning flower when it flowers fully double on a mature plant. As a younger plant, it generally produces semi-double flowers.
An ideal plant when grown in a container for the deck garden, patio or outdoor dining area. It looks marvellous when grown through other wall-trained shrubs, especially those with grey or golden/silver variegated foliage. Always produces double or semi-double flowers.
Named after Raymond Evison's youngest daughter Franziska and launched with Franziska at the 2005 Chelsea Flower Show.
Prune in early spring to reduce all growth by one third.