Rose (scientific name: Rosa rugosa Thunb.): It is a deciduous shrub of Rosales, Rosaceae, and Rosa genus. The branches are many needles, odd-pinnate compound leaves, 5-9 leaflets, oval, with edge spines. The petals are obovate, double to semi-double, purple-red and white, and fruiting period is 8-9 months, oblate. The branches are soft and drooping with dense thorns. They only bloom once a year, so they are seldom used for breeding. Recently, their main characteristics are disease resistance and cold tolerance.
Rose is the most famous and most popular kind of all flowers. For centuries, roses have been highly regarded. Historical evidence shows that they grew up in China about 5,000 years ago, and they have been playing a role in history ever since. Whether it is ancient Greeks, Romans, Christians, Freemasons or others, the rose has always been an eternal symbol of love, beauty and equality. Although each color expresses love, beauty and balance a little bit differently, the main message is still love.
Rose has many different meanings, depending on its color. However, any rose can generally be regarded as a symbol: love, honor, faith, beauty, balance, passion, wisdom, conspiracy, dedication, sensuality, eternity.
When roses are used as economic crops, their flowers are mainly used in food and the extraction of essential rose oil. Rose oil is used in cosmetics, food, fine chemical and other industries.
In European languages, rose, rose, and rose all use the same word, such as rose in English and Die Rose in German. The rose is the national flower of 14 countries including the United Kingdom and the United States. "Rose" in the popular sense has become a general term for many species of roses. In fact, hybrid roses are also produced by cross-breeding of various species under the genus Rosa.
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