Her light-medium fragrance is the lovely classic scent of Myrrh, a subtle yet enticing treat for the senses when planted in hedges or en masse. Alternatively, you can enjoy her scent indoors, with her straight stems displaying well in a vase.
BEHIND HER NAME
Formal yet delightful, she is named to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the Treaty of Friendship and Commerce between Queen Christina of Sweden and Oliver Cromwell of England in 1654.
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