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Botanical name:- Rosa rubiginosa.
|Scientific name||Rosa spp|
|Temperature requirement||18-24 °C|
|Light||Bright indirect light|
|Watering||Water everyday and keep moist|
|Pests||Aphids, caterpillars, leaf rolling sawfly, rose slug sawfly, red spider mite and thrips|
|Pet friendliness||Not hazardous|
|Maximum plant height||120-200cm|
|Potting mix||Potting soil / Red soil / Manure / Perlite|
|Pot requirement||Good drainage and repot every 1-2 years|
|Nutrition||Apply manure once in fortnight and NPK in next fortnightt|
|Pruning & training||Remove dead and diseased leaves with sterile shears|
|Common color & season||Pink, Red, White,Purple,Yellow,Orange color|
|Description||Rose, The china rose, comes from central china, as the name indicates. The rose grows as a shrub up to a height of 2 meters. A number of different varieties have been cultivated for hundreds of years in china, so it is not easy to recognize the differences between wild roses and the cultivars. The cultivars appear in a very wide range of color when they flower. The rose is a beautiful ornamental plant. Roses bloom in early summer, and release a strong fruity scent. The china rose flowers repetitively, and is referred to as remontant. It came to Europe in the late eighteenth century, and about 200 different cultivars were bred with filled blossom. For the most part, their color were red and pink, but not yellow. Roses prefer a sunny location with ample irrigation and nutrients. Pruning is required after flowering. In landscape design, roses are suitable for planting in sheltered locations such as parks, private gardens and as a container plant. In gulf regions, they can be seen in several private parks and gardens. It can be planted as an accent plant, in groups or as massed planting. Like all species of roses, r. Chinese’s is a shrub for plant enthusiasts. Susceptible to all kinds of pests and diseases, they need constant attention and knowledge for optimal development, growth and bloom.|
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