Anne Harkness is a prolific, charming rose sometimes appearing gold, sometimes apricot with deeper centers. Sometimes the blooms are large and alone. Sometime smaller in large clusters. The foliage is very healthy. In addition to its innate loveliness, this rose is popular with exhibitors and arrangers and useful in the garden because it begins flowering so late after almost all other roses have finished the first flush.
Introduced in 1979.