Facts & Folkore:
Rose 'Glenfiddich' was bred in 1976 by the internationally renowned Scottish rose breeders, Cockers of Aberdeen. Named after the Speyside single malt, it also celebrates the renowned Scottish violinist, composer and songwriter Neil Gow (1727-1807), whose famous tune 'Farewell to Whisky,’ composed during the 1799 ban on distillation of spirits, was followed a year later with ‘Welcome Whisky Back Again'!
This well-formed rose with flowers of golden-amber bloom on a bushy plant with dark green foliage. This flowers repeatedly and has a slight fragrance! 🥃
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