The Caroline Victoria Rose ~ A Rose for the Arts

The Caroline Victoria Coldicutt Arts Foundation (CVCAF) is thrilled to introduce the Caroline Victoria Rose for the Arts!

The Royal Theatrical Fund, London, founded by Charles Dickens in 1839, sponsored the Caroline Victoria rose, a stunning white-ivory hybrid tea, at the Chelsea Flower Show in the spring of 2006 where Queen Elizabeth II, patron of the RTF, received the first bouquet. The Caroline Victoria Rose for the Arts currently graces many of the major gardens in France and England, including Buckingham Palace and the Prince of Wales’ residence at Highgrove.

The Caroline Victoria Rose for the Arts is available for purchase with substantial profit going to the Caroline Victoria Coldicutt Arts Foundation. Since inception in 2006, the Caroline Victoria Arts Foundation has given over 25 art scholarships to deserving art students at various schools in Canada and the United States. Purchasing this gorgeous rose is an ideal way to beautify your garden and show your support for our student artists at the same time.

One rose can make a difference so please help our artists and beautify your world!

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