Description from Jackson & Perkins
The flowers are fully double, 3½ to 4 inches wide, and lightly fragrant. The petals are held in great layers, each petal tip gently reflexed. Expect up to 20 petals per flower, for a very lush look. The first season is in early summer, with frequent reblooms all the way into early fall.
Introduced by Warriner in 1993, ‘Lace Cascade’ descends from R. ‘Iceberg’ x R. ‘Prairie Fire.’ It sets pointed ovoid buds that open to high-centered blooms that self-clean. Blooming on both old and new wood, ‘Lace Cascade’ is a profuse performer in any climate, even the hot and humid south and southwest. Zones 5-9.