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Rosa 'Félicité Perpétue' A6 Card

Rosa 'Félicité Perpétue' A6 Card


A6 tent fold card with a photograph of the delicate-pink blossoms of the rambling rose 'Félicité Perpétue' on the front and a quotation by Minnie Aumônier, an early 20th century English poet and watercolourist, on the reverse side.


The card is blank inside for your own message and comes with a white envelope.

  • Floral Notes

    Rosa ‘Félicité Perpétue’ was bred in 1827 by the famous rose breeder Henri Antoine Jacques (1782-1866), whose patron was King Louis Philippe I of France.


    Its name serves as a reminder of two North African Christian martyrs, Felicity, a noblewoman, and Perpetua, a slave. These two young mothers formed a strong bond and died for their faith in the Carthage arena.


    Pale pink roses are a symbol of happiness, everlasting joy, youthfulness and love. They convey messages of friendship, thankfulness and affection.


    Roses are the flowers traditionally given for a 15th wedding anniversary.

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