Rose ‘Comte de Chambord’. THE RHS COLLECTION
Featuring the ‘Comte de Chambord’ Rose. This will be an on going collection of artworks produced for an upcoming exhibitions with the Royal Horticultural Society in England.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) was founded in 1804 in London, England, as the Horticultural Society of London and gained it’s present name in a Royal Charter was granted in 1861. The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity, who’s charitable purpose is to encourage and improve science, art and horticulture.
The charity promotes horticulture through flower shows such as RHS Chelsea, Hampton Court Palace and Tatton Park, it also supports training for amateur and professional gardeners.
The featured Botanical Illustration is based on a charming and beautiful rose ‘ Comte de Chambord’ that retains its true Old Rose character. Warm clear pink, full petaled flowers open flat and quartered, with an absolutely divine scent. To own one of these beautiful prints is to retain this flower in full bloom all year round.