Botanical names, which were inspired by people of the English noble family
If you listened to the English noble family, you get the most incredible social privileges. Some are really surprising. For example did you know that very many botanical name of beautiful plants of the persons of the Royal family were inspired? Here is a list of plants with noble name.
Princess of Wales – a white rose variety named after Princess Diana
Lobelia ‘Queen Victoria’
Their dignified name got this lobelia in the 18th century. She deserved the award because of their magnificent red flowers and rich, dark green shading of the rods.
The magnificent Cardinal lobelia was named after Queen Victoria
Agapanthus Queen Mother
It’s an African Lily with wonderful light blue flowers. The delicate flowers enchant one with its delicate trumpet form.
The African Lily means ‘Queen Mum’
The Queen Elisabeth rose
This wonderful rose was dedicated to the long time resident person of the British monarchy. She got her worthy name in the 50s of the last century.
Delicate pink roses can associate himself with Queen Elisabeth in England
David Austin rose ‘Princess Anne®’
This rose was named after the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth. She has beautiful dark pink leaves. The Rose was named after Princess Anne as recognition and gratitude for their charity for the Organization “RidingfortheDisabled”.
Princess Anne is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth
Pink Princess of Wales
This is not the only plant, which was dedicated to Princess Diana. There are many more, but we find particularly beautiful and elegant example. What do you think of the Rose Princess of Wales?
Diana, Princess of Wales, is a huge source of inspiration in the history of Botany
Clematis ‘Princess of Wales’ / ‘Princess Diana’
Here is a different, beautiful garden plant, named after Princess Diana. It’s a real splendor in beautiful pink.
This ornamental plant was named after the beloved Princess Diane
The English rose “William and Catherine”
The English rose “William and Catherine” is also one of many other garden flowers, which were dedicated to the noble pair. There is also a the name Vanda orchid.
The rose of “William and Catherine” was shown 2011 Chelsea flower show for the first time at the fair
This Vanda of type of Orchid was named after Prince William and Duchess Catherine
These are just a few of many examples. No matter, all these plants whether you are inspired by the monarchical history of Europe or not, can your garden neat and him give a very noble character.
Daffodil, honoring Prince George