The Danish company Deliflor, the world's largest chrysanthemum breeding company, recently unveiled a new, unique flower variety named after little Shalotte. Indeed, with its tenderness and beauty, this chrysanthemum can only be compared with a real princess - pale pink petals are framed with a thin green border - Rossano Charlotte is truly a royal flower! After the unusual variety was bred, the Deliflor representatives even announced a competition for the most successful name, it is not difficult to guess that Charlotte's name turned out to be the ideal option.
It turns out that the Rossano Charlotte chrysanthemum is far from the first in the list of "royal" flowers. So, for example, in 2014 a daffodil was named in honor of Prince George, a new orchid variety received the sonorous name VandWilliam Catherine, not to mention the myriad of flowers in one way or another associated with the name of Queen Elizabeth. So, we can say that Charlotte has become a worthy successor of the romantic flower tradition. By the way, to emphasize the connection with the British Royal House, all proceeds from the sale of Rossano Charlotte, Deliflor will donate to charity, namely in support of East Anglia's Children's Hospice (EACH). The organization, which is overseen by the Duchess of Cambridge, provides shelter and support for children with serious life-threatening illnesses.
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