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Rose

You may wish to consult Rose (disambiguation) for other, similarly-named pages.

A rose was, according to Rose Tyler, "a sort of plant". (TV: The End of the World)

The smell of roses was a desirable scent that the Fifth Doctor found "quite peaceful". (TV: Castrovalva) Temporal energy smelled like roses to time-sensitives. (PROSE: Ring Theory)

Roses had flowers that were also considered beautiful and wondrous, but sharp thorns as well. The adage "every rose has its thorns" was a comment of the plants combination of beauty and danger. (TV: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe)

On Dark Space 8, Nicky Newman bought some roses for Mel to make up for his earlier behaviour. (AUDIO: Bang-Bang-a-Boom!)

The Midnight Cathedral smelled thoroughly of roses everywhere. (PROSE: The Quantum Archangel)

Jack Dupre once made a red rose seemingly appear out of thin air; Fitz Kreiner described it as "fresh and full, a water drop trembling on one of the leaves". (PROSE: The City of the Dead)

Susan Foreman's real name in High Gallifreyan, Arkytior, meant rose. (PROSE: Roses)

Fairies could make rose petals flow out of people's mouths. These people then died of asphyxiation. (TV: Small Worlds)

Black roses grew on Florana. (AUDIO: The Elite)

Rose bushes were commonly found in gardens on Earth. Jack Harkness once used a two-year-old tottering near rose bushes as a metaphor for humans and alien technology. (PROSE: Slow Decay)

The Rose Garden of Eternity bloomed once every thousand years and showed a prophecy written in its flowers. (PROSE: The Secret in Vault 13)

Tom Foster liked roses. (AUDIO: Truth and Bone)

A species of flower native to an unnamed planet was, as noted by Vicki Pallister, "not quite roses, but almost." (TV: Galaxy 4)

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