The rose is a plant that is easy to offer in a variety of circumstances. What is certain is that its scent is as seductive as its beauty. Today we will give you these beautiful flowers in the following pictures below.
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Beautiful Animated Rose Pictures
Production in the Var region has suffered considerably from energy shocks and global competition. However, the rose remains a leading crop in the Var. Faced with these constraints, professionals in the Var have firmly decided to play the quality card.
Naturally mild and sunny conditions, the modernization of cultivation techniques and production equipment have led to a reasoned intensification of production, and control of the quality and vase life of the products.
The widespread use of soil-less cultivation enables comprehensive management of fertilizers and recycling of nutrient solutions. This system now considerably limits the impact of the activity on the environment.
Today there are about a hundred species of roses. Roses come in an extensive range of colors, and there are many shades. The petals can be bicolored or even tricolored. Although roses can be several colors, you will never see black or blue roses.
Rosehip is the name given to the fruit of the rose, and it is a red, purple, or blackberry. This fruit is rich in vitamin C and is often used in jams and jellies.
The first roses were cultivated in the Middle Ages and were imported by the Crusaders from the East. It was then in the 18th century that the French began to cross them to create new varieties.
Even today, the French still occupies the first place among the creators of roses. It is enough to quote their name that everyone knows; Delbard, Meilland, Guyot. However, you should know that you cannot multiply their roses without authorization.
Even before it became a cultivated species for cut flowers, the rose gave life to many gardens and aroused a real passion for some people.
Queen of gardens and queen of flowers, it has been found since antiquity in Roman gardens, and even today, consumption figures show that it remains the favorite flower of the French.
New varieties of roses appear every year while others disappear. It is impossible to describe them all. Find out which types you like at flowering time, and then buy them in the right season. Also, visit the rose gardens to make your choice.
Roses need specific fertilizers to develop correctly. Use a suitable fertilizer in the spring and at the end of the summer to bring back the flowering. Without fertilizer, roses do not grow properly and remain weak.
Roses also need water, so don’t forget them and adapt your watering according to your soil. It is necessary to remove the faded flowers as you go along to allow the flowering to come back. When the flowers are grouped, remove the entire bunch of flowers.
The cut is made under the second leaf or above a new shoot. Maintain your roses by hoeing around the stems to break the crust and remove competing weeds. In the summer, you can layout a mulch to keep the soil moist, and this will also limit the growth of plants.
Remove any weed guzzlers that appear, and they have lighter colored shoots and different, smaller leaves. They develop from the rootstock of the rose bushes and eventually exhaust the plant if left to grow.
Cuttings succeed very quickly, even on cut flowers that you have been offered. Be careful. However, you cannot multiply particular roses that are protected by their creators.
This being said, take a branch about 20 cm long without flowers in September-October and place it in cool soil in warm, light conditions. In 2-3 weeks, you will be able to observe roots at the base of the stem, then transplant it in a pot or place.
The rose is quite undemanding on the quality of the soil. It fears extremes such as too much limestone. In this case, the leaves turn yellow (chlorosis), it remains stunted, flowers poorly and eventually disappears!
In a too compact soil, it is not much better; the roots suffocate. Too light, it will lack water.
Roses are hardy plants, but it is best to butter the plant by about 20 cm per foot to protect the grafting point (swelling at the base of the stem). Sharp frosts are always to be feared.
By leaving a few faded flowers, you can recover seeds and create a new variety of rose (This is how the greats of the rose name proceed to produce new types).
Keep them in a cool and dry place (the fridge, for example) until the beginning of spring. Make your sowing in March-April; germination takes about a month. Once your plant has produced a few leaves, you can transplant it in a pot or place.