'Mrs. J. D. Fredricks' is again, one of those I made certain was among the first varieties in my initial collection. It grows into a good sized upright bush covered with these small, single blossoms. Over the years, it develops a strong woody trunk. So it would also be great as a large bonsai or container specimen. Pink is not one of my favorite colors, but this one is an old fashioned charm. This is also one I plan on using in future foral arrangements, as it can put out ample long new shoots every spring.