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Everything's coming up roses at King's Ely

The Ely Cathedral rose has been produced by East Anglian rose growers, Peter Beales Roses, winners of 24 gold medals at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Posted by Julian Owen | September 27, 2018 | School life

King’s Ely School has taken delivery of three stunning Ely Cathedral roses.

The Dean of Ely, Mark Bonney, visited the school to present them to Principal, Sue Freestone. The flowers are a reminder of the close links between cathedral and school.

The Ely Cathedral rose has been produced by East Anglian rose growers, Peter Beales Roses, specialist propagators of new blooms and winners of many prestigious awards, including 24 gold medals at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, where the rose was officially unveiled by celebrity garden designer, Diarmuid Gavin.

The Dean said: “We had our inspiration for an Ely Cathedral rose from our highly successful flower festival in 2013, and were very excited to have an opportunity to work with Peter Beales Roses. The rose they have cultivated for the cathedral produces a classic and elegant, yet vibrant, flower, and fulfills all that we hoped for.”  

Ely Cathedral roses can be purchased from the cathedral gift shop, or by visiting www.elycathedral.org.

 

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