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My White Rose
A rose embraced by cotton petals, emanating a sweet intoxicating aroma of jasmine and pearls
A fragrance so delightful that it engulfs the spirit with inexplicable sweetness of love
White Roses: White is the color of purity, chastity and innocence. White flowers are generally associated with new beginnings and make an ideal accompaniment to a first-time bride walking down the aisle. White flowers can be used to convey sympathy or humility. They also are indicative of spirituality. Hence, white roses also follow suit.
|Scientific Name : Rosa Jacven|
|Type : Floribunda|
|Common names : Evening Star|
|Colour : Pure White|
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The white rose is a fitting way to honor a friend or loved one
Suited to reverent occasions, the white rose is a fitting way to honor a friend or loved one in recognition of a new beginning or a farewell. Their pure color conveys respect, pays homage to new starts and expresses hope for the future.
Historically, the white rose symbolized innocence and purity, which is how it became associated with weddings and bridal bouquets. Way back in 14th-century England the white rose was the heraldic sign of the Duke of York who faced off with the red-rose Lancaster family, giving the renowned War of Roses its name. Today, the white rose has retained its associations with both pure love and formal ceremony, making it a many-purposed recognition of unions and ceremonial occasions, such as anniversaries, christenings and graduations.
description Source :http://www.proflowers.com/blog/history-and-meaning-of-white-roses
Photograph by : Vikey Sharma
Polar Star Hybrid Tea Rose
A tall stately rose which creates a commanding presence in the garden. Creamy buds open to beautiful high centered blooms of white with a yellow tinge in the centre.It Also known as ‘Evita’
The first Hybrid Tea Rose to win the Royal National Rose Society’s Rose Of The Year Award 1985.
“The red rose whispers of passion, and the white rose breathes of love; O, the red rose is a falcon, and the white rose is a dove; but I send you a cream-white rose bud, With a flush on its petal tips; for the love that is purest and sweetest, has a kiss of desire on its lips.”