Fortune's Double Yellow, Rosa chinensis, Antique Rose Flower Essence

1 dram(1/6 oz.)
1/2 oz.
2 oz Spray

Fortune's Double Yellow calms excessive desires. It reminds us we live in abundance. The subtle emotions soothe those separated from loved ones and an aching heart.

Robert Fortune, a Scottish botanist, hi-jacked Double Yellow from China in 1845. It was blooming in China for centuries, known as Wang-Jang ye, yellow rose. The flowers are double apricot and yellow with red outer petals, 3 inches long with a sweet violet aroma, called the gold of Ophir. They remind me of peaches. The canes climb like a rambler, 10 feet x 13 feet. This rose is not cold hardy; therefore, Fortune was unable to grow it in Britain. Cuttings were taken to the USA, where it thrives in southern climates. It produces orange rose hips in the fall. Our Double Yellows survived a deep freeze of 0 degrees for a week with snow, sleet and hail recently. New canes came up from the ground and it continues to bloom. We trimmed the rose lightly after this deep freeze.

Double yellow is one of the hardiest roses I have grown. A large tree fell on our first Double Yellow rose and broke the main stalk almost completely. I used mailing tape and "taped it back" together. Still growing strong and blooming in mass every spring!

                           "A river of peace flows through me."

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Testimonial: "I attracted very long distant relationships until I began wearing lovely Double Yellow rose. I found the person right for me practically in my backyard. I no longer envy those with a partner on their arm. I am one of them!" Richard.

"Double Yellow calms my overly exuberant child. He is able to focus his energy and complete tasks," Clara.

Petite Fleur Essences are steam distilled and hand processed with purely organically grown flowers and herbs specially formulated to catalyze potentials and enrich the mind, body, and soul. Each is harvested, bottled, and labeled by hand.

Apply two drops to the wrist or heart area daily or as often as every fifteen minutes.


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