It helps to also know if the bud form was pointed, urn shaped, or ovoid. The flower diameter. Fragrance is subjective but the more notes you can detect the better. I'll take a stab at what it might be: In the description of this rose, it tells you the distinguishing features like petal counts, growth habit, fragrance description, color, petal count, bud form, rose diameter, foliage characteristics. There are so many rose cultivars out there that the differences can be very subtle. These are only a few of the current catalog offerings, there are many more out there and I only looked at two companies.