(Northern Hardy) So tough, so tolerant, so easy to grow, yet such a great rose for the garden. Snow Pavement gives you everything you want in a rose without any of the "Hybrid Tea" hassles! Related to Rosa rugosa. It has taken this plant's toughness and put it in a much refined form that is low, dense, and spreading and one that also delivers lots of bloom from June through September. Flowers buds appear constanly and open to fluffy, pale lavender, semi-double flowers that age to pale blush pink and, finally, to pure white. Blooms have the added bonus of being very fragrant while leaving big round hips behind post-bloom that color up bright red in the fall. Snow Pavement loves full sun and is rock against the normal disease problems that can plague roses.