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Rossano Charlotte – a royal appearance
A beautiful flower with a royal appearance, that’s how the new disbudded chrysanthemum Rossano Charlotte can be described, which is introduced on Monday January 11th. Named after Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, born on May 2nd 2015 as the youngest child and first daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Rossano Charlotte has all good characteristics of the Rossano chrysanthemum family and is very distinctive due to her large pink flowers and ray petals uniquely tipped in green. A truly royal flower!
To provide a more lasting character to the name-giving, it was decided to donate part of the royalties generated by ‘Rossano Charlotte’ to help fund the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), a very worthwhile charity for which Kate serves as royal patron. This organisation cares for children with life-threatening conditions and assists their families; a charity very close to the heart of the royal couple.More info about the grower Waalzicht