Hope for Justice launches its own breed of rose
Hope for Justice has launched its own rose to stand as a symbol of freedom and hope, and to raise money to benefit its vital and life-changing work to rescue and restore victims of modern slavery around the world.
This new breed of rose has been created exclusively for the charity thanks to the efforts of some green-fingered volunteers and Fryer’s Roses, owned by Blue Diamond.
The new rose was launched at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show on Monday, July 3rd.
‘Hope for Justice’ is a compact Floribunda with deep red petals and glossy, dark green leaves. This rose will grow to approximately 60cm in height, making it ideal for planting in containers.
Money raised by sales of the rose will go directly to aid the charity’s mission to bring an end to modern slavery by rescuing victims, restoring lives and reforming society.
How to order
This rose is available to buy direct from Hope for Justice: call 0300 008 8000, email firstname.lastname@example.org or print out and post the below order form to: Hope for Justice, PO Box 5527, Manchester, M61 0QU
The potted rose is also available from any Blue Diamond Garden Centre (see locations, right), while stocks last.
Bare root roses: £12 per rose (excluding delivery).
They will be dispatched from November 2017 onwards.
Delivery charge (UK): 1-8 roses add £6.50, 9+ roses add £8.
Potted roses: £17.99 per rose (excluding delivery).
They will be dispatched from April 2018 onwards.
Delivery charge (Courier Delivery, UK Mainland only): 1-2 roses add £8.95, 3 or more add £2.50 for each additional plant.
A minimum of £4.50 per bare root rose goes directly to Hope for Justice, and £6.50 from every potted rose.