Rose plantation

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A rose is a plant that is a member of the genus Rosa, which consists of some 100 species of perennial shrubs in the rose family. Many roses are cultivated for their beautiful flowers, which range in colour from white through various tones of yellow and pink to dark crimson and maroon.Roses are considered as timeless gifts of love. They make special occasions memorable with their presence and their lingering fragrance. Roses are considered as one of the best gifting options for expressing love, admiration, joy and other innate human emotions.

  • Roses are one of the oldest flowers on earth.
  • Roses are edible.
  • Roses are a staple ingredient of the perfume industry.
  • Rose is the national flower of several countries.
  • Roses vary in prices.
  • Rose is popular as a name worldwide.
  • Rose has thousands of varieties

Different rose varieties live for widely varying lengths of time depending on where they’re grown and various other factors. A rose plant can live for anywhere between 6 years and 100 years. Most modern roses will live 6–10 years, but climbing roses can live 50 years or more.Rose belongs to the family Rosaceae and genus Rosa; the latter contains about 150 species. According to Greek mythology, Aphrodite, goddess of beauty, gave the rose its name in honor of her son Eros by rearranging just one letter in his name.Beautiful looks, pleasant smell, mesmerizing form, and easy care requirements together make rose the queen of flowers. Asseverated for its natural beauty, for symbolic value, and cultural importance, roses are the reigning queen of every heart and garden.Roses thrive on direct sunlight. For best results, a minimum of four hours of direct sunlight is recommended. However, even when planted against a north wall (meaning no direct sunlight) roses can still perform well.The simplest way to give cut roses a longer life is by changing the vase water regularly. If that’s not possible, try to change it every other day. This will help keep the flowers and the vase, fresh and clean. Stale water in a vase creates perfect conditions for bacteria growth.Most roses will bloom in spring, with some varieties booming again in the fall. Still, other varieties will bloom from spring through fall. These types of roses can bloom all year-round if they are grown in a climate with warm winters.

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Harvesting is done with sharp secateure at the tight bud stage when the colour is fully developed and the petals have not yet started unfolding. The best time to harvest your rose hips is after the first light frost has nipped the leaves, but before you experience a hard frost that freezes the hips. Light frost helps sweeten the flavor. The hips should still be firm and have good color. Typically, rose hips are red or orange at maturity.


A rose is either a woody perennial flowering plant of the genus Rosa, in the family Rosaceae, or the flower it bears. There are over three hundred species and tens of thousands of cultivars.Roses are best planted in the spring (after the last frost) or in fall (at least six weeks before your average first frost). Planting early enough in fall gives the roots enough time to get established before the plants go dormant over the winter.All roses grow best in full sun with moist, well-drained soil that’s rich in organic matter. Make sure your roses get at least six hours of direct sun a day; if they get less light, the plants won’t bloom as well and will be more susceptible to attack from pests and diseases