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Polyanthas ‘The Fairy’ for SOOCS

Fairy Rose 9-25 with logo
 Polyanthas ‘The Fairy’ is a repeat bloomer in the family of floribundas.  It was introduced in England by Ann Bentall in 1932.  The only colour it comes in is this soft pink.  It is a small flower of about 3inches but the stem holds many blooms. This one had produced a fresh bloom for today.
More Straight out of the Camera photos can be found at Jan’s HERE.   Join us with a photo not edited in any way.  A crop is okay.  Hope to see you there.   Valerie

Comments

Fabulous pink rose and still blooming the end of September. A winner for sure. Love the new header. Take care, Jen
Heather T. said…
So petite and soft, very beautiful. I like how you can see the darker pink in the petals.
Jan said…
Lovely photo. This is a "new" to me rose.
EG Wow said…
Very pretty. I think your The Fairy is flowering better than mine at the moment.
Lynn said…
So delicate and sweet.
MarieElizabeth said…
It's very lovely, it could be a card.
It is just perfect and pristine. Gorgeous pastel color.
Bella said…
Hi Valerie, Isn't she pretty, I love little blloms, nothing is more charming!!
Bella
Jan n Jer said…
Such beauty and color. Great shot
Anja said…
Dear Valerie, very nice rose, just googled her to get more information. It seems she is very resitent and grows also good at not so easy places. Good tipp! Greatings Anja
Carolyn said…
Beautiful shot of a lovely rose!

Carolyn
DoanLegacy said…
This is just beautiful, soft color, and perfectly shaped!

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