July MyTree Story
Anita's At Peace Rose Bush
We spoke to the lovely Anita for our July MyTree story. Her next door neighbour had sadly lost her husband in July of the previous year and Anita wanted to get her something that she could remember him by on the anniversary of his passing.
Originally, she was looking for a yellow rose bush and while she was initially drawn to the At Peace Rose Bush Gift for its lovely yellow blooms she felt like the name made the gift even more special and well suited to the occasion.
Planting a rose bush to honour the memory of a loved one is a beautiful way to remember them. In July, the rose will be in full bloom and truly flourishing. The colourful roses across the bush are a warm nod to years of happy memories.
Anita wanted to wait until the anniversary date to give the rose bush so she had it delivered to herself 2 weeks before and took good care of it until she was ready to give the gift. She stated how grateful her neighbour was to receive the rose but and said how beautiful it looked in its gift wrap upon delivery.
The rose now lives in a pot happily outside the front of the house where both Anita and her neighbour see it every day. She commented on how beautiful it looked all summer long and can’t wait to see it bloom again this year.
Our rose bushes are hardy English grown plants and are great for any sized garden. The At Peace Rose Bush is a Hybrid Tea variety and the blooms have a lovely scent. It will be delivered approximately 40-60cm at this time of year.
Send Memorial Rose Bush
Send a rose bush to honour the memory of a loved one. The beautiful blooms, a reminder of friends and family members no longer with us.
Anita left us this lovely review on Reviews.co.uk:
“Easy to order rose. Easy to pay and easy to receive! Rose was beautifully packed, and in this heat wave that we're having I didn't think it would have survived the 'journey'. However, soil was well packed and still moist when I got it. Rose is just about to be planted....its flowering already!! A lovely memory for my friend who lost her husband last year. I will use them again.”