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How do roses get their food?

Plants absorb nutrients, such as water and minerals, through their roots. They also use sunlight to convert CO2 and water into glucose (food).
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What colour were the roses in the war of roses?

The roses were red and white after the Yorkist symbol of the red rose and the Lancastrian symbol of the white rose. The wars were between the Yorkists and Lancastrians. Corr (MORE)
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What is the importance of roses?

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 Cu (MORE)
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How mony rose petals are on a rose?

The answers really vary. There are about 40 to 80 petals. The better roses have more. Check out the ones from Rose Source as you'll see the petals look fuller and healthier as (MORE)
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What kind of roses are Knockout roses?

Knockout roses are in the disease resistant rose line. Disease  resistant roses come in many varieties. If you love gardening, go  to my website at www.annasrosegarden.com, (MORE)
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Why do roses smell?

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. Ini (MORE)
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Who is Emily rose?

Emily Rose is a character based on Anneliese Michel, a German girl whom the film is based on.   http://www.chasingthefrog.com/reelfaces/emilyrose.php
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How do you breed roses?

Do you cross breed like mixing colors? If so you take a cutting from the other rose. Put a small cut in the rose you are breeding put clip in the cut tape using green cloth (MORE)