6429Re: A new rose
- Sep 1, 2004Wow! Now that's something we can sell at Onesess-Fragrance-Glow.
Wouldn't that be great if the rose farms in Equador could start
producing this variety. Then it could be distributed to the whole
world! I would take great pleasure in that. Imagine this; a client
phones us at Oneness-Fragrance-Glow, "Do you have 200 stems of 50cm
Sri Chinmoy roses?" I would reply, "You want Sri Chinmoy? Boy, have
YOU come to the right place!"
One of the farms we deal with in Equador liked Pavaka's name
(manager of Oneness-Frangrance-Glow in Montreal), and thought that
it was a good name for a rose. Nothing came of it though.
--- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, putrima21
> The Sri Chinmoy Rose in the pictures looks so gentle, pure and
> divinely beautiful. I can't wait to plant some of these roses in the
> garden, and then enjoy seeing them and smelling them.
> --- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, maria_latinova
> <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > The Rose
> > Today we were given a postcard by hand with a picture of roses.
> > The roses in the picture are a new variety in a pale yellow
> > colour, created by one of Sri Chinmoy's students and called the
> > Sri Chinmoy Rose. It is a very gentle and beautiful variety.
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