As part of the year long, 50th anniversary celebration of Lynn Anderson’s Rose Garden,
fans can order The Lynn Anderson Rose Bushes and pick them up just in
time for Mother’s Day. There are only 60 rose bushes available and can
be purchased directly at www.lynnandersonrosegarden.com for $50.00 each. These uniquely designed tea roses took two years from start to harvest.
To view the harvest process, please visit here.
“It’s comforting to have the final portion of mom’s 2020 ‘Lynn Anderson’
rose bushes available in time for Mother’s Day,” says daughter Lisa
Sutton. “In light of social distancing, there’s been no better place for
me than in Mom’s rose garden. “Come Hell or High Water” as the late
songwriter Alex Harvey wrote, Mom’s roses are going to bloom right when I
need them most.”
Cultivated at Weeks Roses in Wasco, California, The Lynn Anderson Rose
is a hybrid tea rose, grown in small numbers to ensure that only the
finest bushes are chosen from top professionals. This is the second
harvest of these special roses and once they are gone, there won’t be
any available anywhere until the spring of 2021.
In addition to The Lynn Anderson Rose, Legacy Recordings has opened the
vault to release four albums from the timeless collection of country
music pioneer Lynn Anderson. Her fans now have access to four of her
classic albums that have just been re-released to all digital platforms.
Anderson’s digitally remastered albums Cry, Listen To A Country Song, Singing My Song and Stay There ‘Til I Get There were recently released, with hopes of more to come.
Ranked among the most admired and trailblazing entertainers in America
throughout her six-decade career, Lynn Anderson’s sparkling vocals
brought a new level of sophistication and glamour to country music. Her
groundbreaking pop-country sound helped her become one of the first
female country artists to achieve mass crossover appeal. Many firsts
were achieved throughout Anderson’s career; some of which broke social
barriers. Anderson was the first female country singer to perform on The
Tonight Show, first to headline and sell out Madison Square Garden and
the first female to win an American Music Award. Lynn repeatedly
delivered chart topping songs, such as “(I Never Promised You A) Rose
Garden,” and was named Billboard’s Artist of the Decade for the 70s. Too
timeless to be forgotten, events and celebrations are in the works to
honor the classic hits and sweet southern personality that Anderson
engraved in hearts across the world.
To keep up with events and announcements visit LynnAndersonRoseGarden.com and follow Anderson’s social channels linked below: