‘Hope for Humanity’ Shrub Rose produces clumps of semi-double velvety red flowers throughout the summer. The blooms are fragrant and can be used in cut flower arrangements. Rosa ‘Hope for Humanity’ was named for the Canadian Red Cross and is part of the Parkland Rose series, developed for their excellent tolerance of cold winters. The green foliage is relatively disease resistant, and pruning is best performed in early spring. Hybridized by Collicutt and Davidson.