...would indeed smell as sweet, but as with all things sometimes it's all in the name! The Lëtzebuerger Rousefrënn (literally Luxembourgish rose friends) association has grown a new rose and, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Grand Duchy's Red Cross, they decided to name it after Aline Mayrisch de Saint-Hubert. The wife of industrialist and businessman Émile Mayrisch was a famous women's right activist and philanthropist. As such Aline Mayrisch was a co-founder of the Croix-Rouge luxembourgeoise and later also became its vice-president and president. The Red Cross' current president Grand Duchess Maria-Teresa was on hand to undertake the baptism of the 'Aline Mayrisch Rose' which took place on Wednesday at the Château de Berg.