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Roses

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Dating back over 35 million years and native to North America, as well as throughout Europe and Asia, roses are perennial plants that can vary in type as much as they can in color. It is thought that these early flowers, resembling the wild Sweetbrier, were used for food and medicine. This category contains questions regarding their nature and livelihood, biological makeup, and how to care for them.
yess i did a science experiment on it
well, you can make it your own homemade rose water.
Mostly all roses need sunlight daily for 6 hours to grow well.
Roses have a long and colorful history. They have been symbols oflove, beauty, war, and politics. The rose is, according to fossilevidence, 35 million years old. In nature, the genus Rosa has some 150 species spread throughout the Northern Hemisphere,from Alaska to Mexico and including northern...
Rather like an old Tea in form, 'Emily' has a full leafy bushdecorated with very large (5 to 6 inches), very double (40 petals)high centered roses of a soft pastel pink. Fragrant and lovely.
I think it means that everything are beginning to be very successful for someone!
It mean's that he is about to marry you, red is a symbol of engagement and roses mean together and a unit. sorry if you weren't expecting that answer.
Most Walgreen's do sell fresh dozen roses for $19.99, but again it depends on the location
Red-Love and Passion Yellow-Friendship and Familiar Love Orange-Pride or Amazement Pink-Elegance and Poetic Romance White-Loyalty and Purity Purple-Majestic Glory and Eternal Love Black-Death or Rejuvenation on the Horizon
They feel soft and smooth like a butterfly's wings
no particular meaning, but is considered unlucky in the asian culture
There are many types of roses. However the most common are Red roseWhite roseWild rosePeace rose :)
In 2010, an estimated 198 million roses were produced for theValentine's Day holiday, according to the Society of AmericanFlorists. Men purchase about 75 percent of the 110 million rosessold in the U.S. at this time every year.
See the similar query about l2 red and one pink. My guess it has something to do with Philadelphia, or maybe even the Ross family. Betsy as well as Diana. l3 stars in a circular pattern formed the spirit of "76 flag canton ( an anchor- usually Gold at a thirty degree angle- the Naval variant) While...
It means: Will you marry me?
June threw September
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In many lands around the world you can find wild roses in the countryside and cultivated roses in gardens. _____________________________________________________________________ You can find their seeds in stores, and if you reaserch "Rose" on Wikipedia you can find out in what kind of terrain they...
A dozen or a bunch.
Yes, roses are flowering plants.
well i know that they can grow in clay and acidic soil
a little pretty rose can be many colars. i like to get blue or red roses. mmm they are so pretty. lol
It depends on the laws in your particular jurisdiction.
A red rose is red because of the glucose in it.
if you care for and nurture them, they will bloom :)
roses as many know, have pollen. The pollen likes to protect itself from bees and others that want pollen. In that control, it lets out a nice fragrance that butterflies and bees, etc. hate.
Well, the black rose symbolises many things. In the 18th century, the http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Language_of_flowers became popular. In this code, black roses to most people signify death, or hatred. But it also means farewell. Black rose means revenge to a foe or wanting to kill someone. However,...
kingdom: plantae division: magnoliophyta class: magnoliopsida order: rosales family: rosaceae genus: Rosa species: depends what kind of rose.
Yes. "A rose" is a flower and a flower is a thing. The word "rose" is also the past tense of the verb to rise.
  == Answer ==   You can technically grow roses from seed but the probability of getting a good result is fairly low.They are often fairly weak and non-descript.Commercially- new varieties are usually propagated vegetatively or from an exceptionally vigorous or unusual seedling produced from...
Rosa: Wild roses- Rambler Shrub: Rosa Rugusa Rosa multiflora 'Polyantha' Centifolia Old Garden Rose: Gallica Musk Alba Moss Damask Bourbon China Noisette Hybrid Tea - grandiflora Floribunda - Climbing - Miniature - Carpet Heritage
It all depends on where you live. A local Costco, Publix, Walmart, Stop and Shop, or a garden shop or even your back yard!
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what is the website of the english roses
like you feed other flowers, plant it in soil, and leave it in the sun, and give it water twice a day. or if they're outside, get automatic sprinklers! oh and if you want it to really be beautiful, use fertilizer! go to the nearest gardening store, and ask them, they should be able to give you...
A rose plant can get as wide as 5 ft.
There is only one species of rose that produces green blossoms. Although it's common name is simply "The Green Rose", it's Latin name is Rosa chinensis 'Viridiflora'. The plant's flowers do not resemble traditional rose blossoms and they produce an unusual, peppery scent. It is this reason that the...
There is no rose color that specifically represents an apology. However, there are some colors that have meanings which might enforce the message of "I'm Sorry". Yellow represents "Friendship" and "Joy" and is even recognized by some as being an appropriate apology color. White represents "Innocence...
Sugar won't help... You're supposed to put one or two asprins in.
It depends if you plant 1 seed it will grow shot.2 seeds will grow long. Than3,4,5,6,7,8,and 9 just gets bigger and bigger.
Good roses are from South America.
If you're Talking About Rosemary Hathaway In The 'Vampire Academy' Books, Then No. Rose Is A Damphir, Which Means One Of Her Parents Are A Moroi, && The Other Is Either Human On Damphir. In Her Case, Her Dad Is A Moroi, && Her Mum Is A Damphir. A Very Famous Guardian Damphir At That
Roses smell different than carnations because they are different flowers. They also, have different types of growth temperatures. Like every other flower smells different from each other flower. Example, like chewing gum, not all chewing gum smells the same they have to smell different because all...
The how is simple, roses smell because they have perfume which is a mixture of aldehydes, ketones and other aromatic organic molecules.   The why is a it more complex. Initially roses evolved to have an odour to attract pollinating insects to the blossoms. If the insects didn't know where the...
'Roses' is also a French equivalent of 'roses' [ Rosa spp ]. It's a feminine noun. Its plural definite article is 'les' ['the']. Its plural indefinite article is 'des' ['some']. It's pronounced 'rohz'.
In the summertime
Yeah, it makes them wet!
In a girl's eighteenth birthday debut, she chooses eighteen men who made a difference in her life to dance with her. This is then called the eighteen roses dance.
by the roots sucking it in
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Yes there is Amelie is french for Amelia its a rose named after princess Amelia
they thought they needed a national flower so they chose the rose for the people as a symbol of fears and strong.
A recent death in the family? I am just guessing. The French do not use wreaths ( floral, in a sense) or Bells on their Christmas cards- thinking these usages are of morbid symbolism. I cannot agree. However they do use swinging or joyous bells ( always at least two) on New Year"s cards. My guess if...
Nature really doesn't make a true black flower. The flowers known as black are usually just extremely dark blue in colour. Funny thing is, flowers that appear to be purple are called blue by horticulturalists.
their used to make crackers
No they are not. They can be pink too. Roses can be any color of the rainbow! There are lavender roses, yellow, white, pink, orange, white and orange, white and pink, white and red, green, green-yellow, and the growers are working on a blue rose. See the link for all the lovely roses available from...
To get nutritious rich black soil it will normally take 3 years to rot the peels enough to create good soil. It may take less time with the peels. A year or until the peels rotted away.
The most common legend concerning the Cherokee Rose is that duringthe Trail of Tears (1838). The mothers were crying so hard in leaving their native lands, andthe difficulty of the journey, that the elders prayed for a signthat would give them strength and hope. The next day, when thewomen cried a...
The Cherokee Rose is a climbing rose (Rosa laevigata), and theMagnolia is a large evergreen tree. I can see where in photographssomeone might get them confused, but the rose has 5 small, brightwhite petals and the magnolia is a large flower with 10 or morecreamy white petals.
its tastes good u can actually get eatable roses on cakes sometimes
They help the envirmknt because the people in the envirmont smell the fresh air of them
Multiple shades of red, white, yellow, orange, lavender, pink- some are multi-colored, with more than one color in a bloom. There are thousands of different varieties.
Flag of Monaco- Red over white- and lest we forget it"ll be thirty years this year, the laconic signal call- Red over White/Half Way up! ( in mourning for Princess Grace). The Indonesian flag is identical two horizontal bars- Red over White.
Rose is called as the 'Queen of Flowers' as well as 'King of  Flowers' This indicates that both kingliness (Magesty, Status and  Power) and queenliness (Beauty, Grace and Cultural refinement) are  its inherent qualities. No other flowers surpasses it for its  beauty, color and fragrance. This is...
Answer . a pink rose represents friendship and red is love
where does the rose need to be
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Hey. Stands for money dude. I didn't know until the hooker told me she was looking for extra cash and I was like, "You sell the flowers? I'm confused now."
No, blood has no effect on the growth of roses.
No. Cut roses can be purchased from any florist, and rose bushes can be purchased at most garden centers and plant nurseries.
" Rosa " is a Portuguese equivalent of "rose" ( Rosa spp ). The Portuguese word is a feminine noun. Its singular definite article is " a " ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is " uma " ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "ROH-zuh."