Thailand issued a stamp on 09 Feb 2015 on theme Symbol of Love and Valentine’s day. It was printed with perfumed ink and rose variety named “Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn” depicted to mark 60th Anniversary of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
Metro rose or White rose is a rose variety which is made up of many overlapping petals giving them a camellia-like appearance. They are creamy blush to white, well scented and often produced in large trusses.
Thailand issued a stamp on 06 Feb 2009 on this variety of rose to mark the Valentine’s Day.It is an embossed stamp.
Bangladesh stamps 2010-Roses Cultivated varieties in Bangladesh
Bangladesh issued a set of 10 stamps on Rose Varieties cultivated in Bangladesh. A miniature sheet was also issued. The rose varieties are Alec’s Red, Royal Highness, Queen Eliazabeth, Ballerina,Alexander,Blue Moon, Papa Meilland,Double Delight,Iceberg,Sonia, Sunblest, Piccadilly, Pascali.
Great Britain issued a set of four stamps on 30 Jun 1976 to mark 100th Anniversary of Royal National Rose Society. The Four species of Roses on stamps were Elizabeth Of Glamis,Grandpa Dickson,Rosa Mundi and Sweet Briar.
Elizabeth of Glamis (Irish Beauty)– Introduced in 1964, Elizabeth of Glamis was named after Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother whose childhood home was Glamis Castle in Scotland. It is a sweet scented excellent cluster flowered rose with lush dark green foilage on a bushy medium sized plant. The petals are luminous salmon orange.
Grandpa Dickson Rose ( Irish Gold) – Introduced in 1966.A popular large flowered rose has full double blooms that are well formed and yellow. Has won many awards for its crispness.
Rosa Mundi – Derived from wild rose pale pink with splashed with crimson.
Sweet Briar Rose– This vigorous tall shrub has densely prickly fawny green stems covered by strong thorns. The dark green foliage smells strongly of apples when crushed. Flowers are scented,pink and beautiful.