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  • Roses, the “Queen of the Flowers,” have been enjoyed for thousands of years.
  • Their cultivation dates back to at least Greek and Roman times.
  • Many varieties are descendants from ancient garden plants in China, Persia, and Turkey.
while the idea of a dozen long stemmed roses

While the idea of a dozen long-stemmed roses may be the first image that comes to mind for many, the world of roses is varied and diverse.

  • Wild roses grow in all corners of the world, in many habitats ranging from forests, along coastlines and rivers, to high mountain elevations.
did you know
Did You Know?
  • The first hybrid rose was introduced in 1867 by Jean-Baptiste Guillot.
  • All roses before that date are known as Old Garden Roses while the roses that come after are called Modern Garden Roses.
care tips
Care Tips
  • Roses need to be fed regularly and the amount of feeding will depend on the kind of soil they are planted in.
  • Pruning is also important and should be done after between mid-February and mid-March during a sustained frost-free period.
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