I first started growing Ghislaine de Féligonde back in 2012. If I remember correctly, it was purchased through Vintage Gardens before they closed. I fell in love with the pearl-like buds followed by the blousy flowers in shades of cream to apricot and tiny, bright red hips. Ghislaine is breathtaking when in flower but she is also incredibly robust, disease resistant and shade tolerant making for a wonderful addition to a natural garden setting. Here are some photos of our Ghislaine de Féligonde, a clone of the first one I grew in PA, blooming in our garden last spring.