How yummy is this color…and those striking stamens? Hardy to zone 4 and reaching a spread of about 6′, I think ‘Golden Wings’ would make such a fresh and pretty addition to the back of a large, mixed border. I saw on my visit that this rose did have some spotty leaves–something to watch out for–and I don’t recall there being much of a scent. Introduced in the United States by Roy Shepherd in 1956, this Hybrid Spinosissima rose might have delicate-looking petals but I’ve read that the blossoms stand up quite well to weather and it does produce hips, see? More info on this charming rose can be found HERE.