Prophylactic self-isolation for rose appreciation. Day 86th.

The man lived long ago but still here in a shape of rose

Rose “Atrhur Bell” in the botanical garden, June 2020. Photo by Dr. A. Palatronis on www.z-antenna.com

P.S.

Rose “Arthur Bell” was bred by Sam Mcgredy in Northern Ireland in 1964. The new cultivar was named for the Scottish whisky manufacturer, Arthur Kinmond Bell (1868-1942).

However, the name Arthur Bell, could refer to more persons:

Arthur Bell may refer to:

  • Arthur Bell (martyr) (1590–1643), Franciscan and English martyr
  • Arthur Bell (distiller), (1825–1900) founded Bell’s whisky brand
  • Arthur Bell (cricketer) (1869-1946), New Zealand cricketer
  • Arthur Bell (engineer) (1856–1943), New Zealand engineer
  • Arthur Bell (footballer) (1882–1923), English footballer
  • Arthur Hornbui Bell (1891–1973), Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan in New Jersey
  • Arthur Bell (rower) (1899–1963), Canadian Olympic rower
  • Arthur Bell (journalist) (1939–1984), American journalist, author and LGBT rights activist
  • Arthur Kinmond Bell (1868–1942), Scottish distiller and philanthropist
  • Professor Ernest Arthur Bell (1926–2006), Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew from 1981 to 1988

References:

  1. Wikipedia source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_%27Arthur_Bell%27
  2. Wikipedia source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Bell

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