U­ni­on gets a ro­se na­med af­ter it

Graaff-Reinet Advertiser - - Voorblad -

GRAAFF-REI­NET — In ce­le­bra­ti­on of the cen­te­na­ry of the U­ni­on Schools in Graaff-rei­net, Lud­wig’s Ro­ses ha­ve na­med a suit­a­ble ro­se va­ri­e­ty ‘U­ni­on Schools 100’.

Lud­wig’s Ro­ses is the lar­ge­st ro­se g­ro­wer in the coun­try, with bran­ches na­ti­on­wi­de.

The ‘U­ni­on Schools 100’ ro­se is cur­rent­ly a­vai­la­ble at all their bran­ches.

The ro­se cho­sen to com­me­mo­ra­te U­ni­on em­bo­dies the spi­rit of the beau­ti­ful s­chool.

Re­flecting U­ni­on’s co­lours of g­reen and gold, it is a ne­at, har­dy, tough litt­le bloom that flou­ris­hes in the Ka­roo - very much li­ke the U­ni­on le­ar­ners and e­du­ca­tors who work to­get­her for the good of the w­ho­le. ABOVE AND BELOW: The re­cent­ly na­med ‘U­ni­on Schools 100’ ro­se.

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