herbivores Answer There are many types of insects that eat roses, like aphids and spittle bugs, and also invertabrates like slugs and snails prefer them as well. Some major mammalian rose-eaters include deer, rabbits, and gophers. Roses
You can eat the heart of roses. When you pick the petals of roses, only eat the white centered parts because the farther you go out on the petal, the taste becomes bitter. You can also eat the hearts of artichokes before they bloom.
No. Despite the thorns, roses are actually quite edible and if a horse can figure out how to eat your roses, they will. It's best to keep the roses away from the pasture fence line, far enough that horses can't reach through and nibble on them.