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The '''Blue Winter Rose''' is a flower that grows in the glass gardens of [[Winterfell]].<ref>[[A Clash of Kings]], [[A Clash of Kings-Chapter 51|Chapter 51]], Jon</ref> It is pale blue and is described to be the colour of frost. <ref>[[A Game of Thrones]], [[A Game of Thrones-Chapter 58|Chapter 58]], Eddard</ref>
 
The '''Blue Winter Rose''' is a flower that grows in the glass gardens of [[Winterfell]].<ref>[[A Clash of Kings]], [[A Clash of Kings-Chapter 51|Chapter 51]], Jon</ref> It is pale blue and is described to be the colour of frost. <ref>[[A Game of Thrones]], [[A Game of Thrones-Chapter 58|Chapter 58]], Eddard</ref>

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Lyanna Stark with blue winter roses. © Marcos Feittosa
Blue Winter Rose

The Blue Winter Rose is a flower that grows in the glass gardens of Winterfell.[1] It is pale blue and is described to be the colour of frost. [2]

Legend of Bael the Bard

Bael the Bard climbed the Wall, took the Kingsroad, and entered Winterfell as a singer under the name of Sygerrik of Skagos. There he sang until midnight for the lord. Impressed by his skills as a singer Lord Brandon Stark asked him what he wanted as a reward. Bael asked for the most beautiful flower blooming in Winterfell's gardens. As the blue winter roses were just blooming, Brandon Stark agreed to offer him one. The following morning the single virgin daughter of the lord had disappeared. In her bed was the blue winter rose Bael had received from her father. [3]

Lyanna Stark

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