Roses are a rage. Whichever country you go, whichever
part of the globe you trek, a rose has a universal
appeal across cultures. Let us discuss the intricacies
of this beautiful flower, from a horticulturist's
point of view. Roses can be classified in several
types and so can rose gardens.
Gardens can have rose species from the genus Rosa.
These look very attractive because these rose flowers
can grow to be big in varying colors of white, red, or
Old European Garden Roses are hybrids that were
popular before the Rosa chine sis took prime place of
beauty in the 18th century. The good old garden rose,
humble yet popular, is perfect for new gardens.
It weathers extreme cold very well, can be resistant
to many rose diseases, looks lovely when it blooms and
emits a heady fragrance.
New age roses, better known as modern roses a man-made
variety made from a cross bred tea rose. Several rose
gardens contain such roses along with a selection of
shrub roses. These are popular because they look
pretty, are tough and durable, and very tolerant of
most types of rose diseases.
If you feel particularly adventurous, you might
commission a botanist to cross-breed and create your
own distinct type of rose. It will cost a small
fortune but it will be worth the extra cost. Organized
in various and varied types, a rose in any incarnation
rules the world of the flowers.
That truth never changes.