(T) Carruth, 2008
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With its wonderful rich pink flowers and stunning perfume, the hybrid tea Millie Rose will turn heads. The bold large flowers appear from June to November and are surrounded by large, mid-green leaves on a plant 3ft 6” high and 2ft wide.
Millie was named after Camilla Rose Forbes who battled for two years against acute myeloid leukaemia and tirelessly worked for “Millie’s Campaign” for the Anthony Nolan Trust”. She died, aged 21.
A donation to the Anthony Nolan Trust will be made for every rose purchased through C&K Jones.
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