Polyantha Katharina Zeimet 1901 Katharina Zeimet was raised by Peter Lambert of Germany, who crossed Marie Pavi with another Polyantha. Exceptionally neat, dark green foliage and small, double, scented white flowers make this a plant of great refinement. The constant bloom and handsome shape of this shrub make it particularly desirable in the landscape or as a container plant.
“Peter Lambert is a nine-year-old boy whose life changes when his father dies and he moves to a village called Amberley. As the new kid, Peter eventually makes friends with two other outcasts, Anna-Marie and Tommie, and together they explore. They discover what appears to be a hidden room in Peter's house, with a window visible from the outside but no entrance inside, and Peter realizes that there is a secret that his mother is keeping from him.” Lysbeth Abrams, Eight Cousins, Falmouth, MA