With unusually large flowers of a warm, glowing pink rich of a fresh Tea fragrance, Rose 'Princess Alexandra of Kent' creates a memorable display when paired with the abundant and long-lasting bell-shaped flowers of Phacelia tanacetifolia (Fiddleneck). Aside from being very ornamental, this hardy annual is a perfect rose companion plant as it attracts scores of beneficial insects and is also highly attractive to bumblebees and syrphid (hover) flies. Syrphid fly larvae are voracious feeders on aphids and young caterpillars. You may want to plant this insect predator with all your roses for a healthy and great looking floral display. Enjoy!