'Red Cascade' rose References
Book (1991) Page(s) 15.
Red Cascade is more suitable for a hanging basket than for use as a climber unless it is grafted, when it can make an interesting cascade.
Book (1977) Page(s) 53.
Gordon W. Ballmer. Miniature Rose Trials of the American Rose Society.
'Red Cascade' represents a "break" in rosedom being a climber and almost a continuous bloomer. The latter reminds me of carnations and are usually near or at the tips of the canes. Foliage is dainty. This plant is excellent for "ground cover", does well in a hanging basket, and can be budded as a "weeper"! It is also very hardy. Somewhat like 'Temple Bells' in growth habits. It is not a "show" rose.