A symbol of hope, safety and beauty for the 30,000 immigrants and refugees (and their descendants) who entered Australia through the Enterprise Migrant Hostel in Springvale, Vic, between 1970 and 1992.
The rose gardens were the first sight encountered as they arrived and which they look back on as a sign that life could still be beautiful.
A beautiful, vibrant red floribunda with fully double pompon style blooms produced in clusters of 4-5.
The neat bush is adorned with lush, glossy, dark green foliage that has excellent disease redistance. A low growing rounded habit makes it ideal for many situations.*