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Naturally evolved roses usually have five petals.
Domestic roses have additional petals that were bred from the stamens.

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There are a over a hundred species of roses in the genus Rosa.
You can find exceptions to many of the general characteristics described.
Exact numbers of petals, stamen and pistils, depends on the specie.
(There are, in addition, an unknown number of cultivars.)

Naturally evolved roses generally have five sepals, five petals and many spirally arranged stamens. The bases of the sepals, petals, and stamens are fused together to form a cup-like structure.

Domestic roses have additional petals that were bred from the stamens.
Roses have several to many pistils.
It depends on the tye and variety.
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How many petals does a flower have?

Depends entirely on the flower. Monocotyledonous flowers have floral parts in multiples of 3 - so they would have either 3, 6, 9 (etc.) petals. Dicotyledonous flowers have

How many petals does a rose have?

The number of PETALS depends on the variety of rose. On a species rose the number of petals is usually 5. Hybrids can have many more.

How many petals and stamens does rose flower have and what is the shape of its carpel?

The wild rose have 5 petals and indefinite number of stamens but in cultivated roses there are indefinite number of petals and stamens due to modification of some stamens in t