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Doubled and completely double this vibrant blend of yellow-orange with flowering red edge and a fragrance of soft tea makes this a great rose for the garden and containers. Works well in arrangements. Flower Petals 45 3 1/2 "Prize Winner Ideal for Cutting Double Large Flowering One of the oldest ornamental cultivated, Rosa is a broad and complex genus with more than 100 species and thousands of cultivated varieties. or evergreen climbers that come from northwestern Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. They are deciduous, evergreen or semi-evergreen, and all have stems with sharp woody spines. its beauty, food, perfumes and medicines for almost 5000. Representations and references rose early as far back as ancient China, Mesopotamia and Egypt.The ancient Greeks and Romans venerated the rose and during the European crusades brought Eastern roses desirable to return to Europe. Pink cultivation hit a higher level of intensity in the Victorian era and today dozens of new varieties often patented, are introduced every year. They prefer full partial sun, moderate temperatures and a perfectly drained soil, slightly acidic with average to good fertility. They often grow better in places with slightly dry climates, because such climates disapprove of fungal pink plague diseases. For this reason, it is important to maintain good air circulation inside and between roses planted through good planting and pruning practices that deter fungal attacks. Roses are plagued with pest and disease problems. In fact, there are many common pests and diseases that can do them harm. Fortunately, new cultivars are raised to be resistant to disease. Rusticity is dependent species.

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