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Meilland Jardin & Parfum Roses
The rose Princesse Charlene de Monaco is a member of the ‘Meilland Jardin & Parfum’ collection. This collection is a true luxury rose collection with the best scented cut rose varieties of the famous French Rose breeding family Meilland.
Meilland Jardin & Parfum Rose ‘Princesse Charlene de Monaco’
The Rose Princess Charlene of Monaco offers superb gradient pastels in delicate, salmon-pink. It is a great rose with surprisingly few petals.
It has a beautiful, sweet and fruity fragrance. The rose Princesse Charlene de Monaco is a remarkable rose and holds well in a fully open form. A great performer with medium-long vase life.
The Rose Princesse Charlene de Monaco is wonderful for flower arrangements, bridal bouquets and blush weddings. Or just as a eye-catching “mono-floral” bouquet of only Princesse Charlene de Monaco roses in a nice vase.
The garden rose Princesse Charlene de Monaco is magical in the hands of floral designers.
- Shape : ROMANTICA®
- Color : Salmon-Pink-Ochre
- Petals Count : 68-71
- Diameter : 11-14 cm
- Fragrance : gentle, soft, old rose
- Vase Life : 6-8 days
- Breeder : Meilland
- Plant name : Meidysouk
DID YOU KNOW
The Story behind the Rose Princesse Charlene de Monaco
The Inauguration of the Rose Princesse Charlene de Monaco
Before the renaming, the rose was known as ‘Haiku Perfumella’ and already awarded with three International Perfume Prices and a Gold Medal at the Geneva International trial of New Roses.
Now it is dedicated to the wife of HSH Albert II of Monaco and has taken a worthy place among the roses dedicated to the princely house.
The couple discovered this variety at the Monaco rose trial, and at the reopening of the Princess Grace rose garden in june 2014, the rose was dedicated to the Princess.
The Princess Grace rose garden, which honors Prince Albert’s mother, Princess Grace, has been closed to the public for almost a year, so that it could be refurbished and extended. The famous jeweler Yves Piaget, one of the friends of Alain Meilland (the breeder of the rose) and the Grimaldi family, was personally involved in the selection of varieties.
Roses were known to be particular favorite flowers of Princess Grace and approximately 4,000 rose bushes of many varieties over 3,000 m2 populated the original garden. For this important anniversary the Government with the generous support of Piaget have enlarged and modernized the style and space of the garden.
During the event of the inauguration of the new Princess Grace Rose Garden breeder Meilland named the Rose Haiku Perfumella after the Princess Charlene of Monaco.