Trying again with a peachy pink rose
I posted earlier that I thought this could be Charlotte Brownell but I think I am scrapping that idea because it is a little different than I remembered. This picture is typical of its color, it starts shell pink and turns peach as the bloom ages. Later season flushes can be peachy-yellowish.
It has a very light fruity fragrance. The petals tend to reflex as seen here rather than quilling. The foliage starts out very red and retains red veins and leaf margins for some time but turns medium matte green at maturity.
The growth is strong and upright. Flowers are one (occasionally 2) per stem. Shown here earlier this spring growing back from winter dieback. Plant and blooms look deceptively small here - both are average to large in reality. It gets to about 2.5 - 3 feet by August each year. Thorns are relatively few, large, straight, and pinkish in color.
The rose is definitely older than 1990 and probably older than 1980.
I appreciate any ideas. Thanks.