We are not rose experts and to provide information of our experiences would clearly be a case of setting ourselves up to fail or to be ridiculed… most likely both. All Australian states and territories have groups for rose enthusiasts. Of course your local garden centre/nursery are good sources for the ins and outs of growing roses.
Here is a link to the Australian Rose Society, which also has links to various state based organisations – www.rose.org.au.
Pink blend. Strong, apple, sweet fragrance. Average diameter 1.75″. Small, flat, quartered, rosette bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer.
Frenchmen Fauque and Fils. They released the rose in 1906