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The magic of the rose

Flowers and plants are for all human beings, male and female alike, truly fascinating and at times irresistible; although tradition has it that the floral gift is the total prerogative of women, in modern times even men are beginning to receive some beautiful floral gifts and this is a good sign because the man-woman relationship is finding a balance on various fronts. Obviously it seems evident that the occasions for which to give flowers and / or a plant to a woman are many more, while for the man it is reduced to the degree (with the classic red roses for good wishes) and to some loving gift. Also in this second case, roses are the favorite flowers, but the chromatic choice is slightly more limited than that of women: in fact, for men it is customary to give either the classic red rose or the very elegant blue rose, originally conceived to appeal to a more male audience. As we can well see the magic of the rose manages to pervade both sexes, and it is a very well known thing: the rose has always been the symbol of love, romance and passion, for this reason it is the most gifted flower among lovers .

Pink quality


The most common public knows how to distinguish the various species of rose but it is very difficult for each species to know its specific characteristics or various qualities; this actually happens because the rose is a very popular flower, so the difference between a little rose and a large rose of great quality can be seen and recognized. After all, it must be said that the floral research on the rose is carried out with determination and constancy, as this flower has an extraordinary market and no drop in sales is expected, on the contrary the sector is constantly increasing; among the most popular roses (even if the tastes are subjective and the reader may not agree) there are those of large size, that is flowers that can reach and greatly exceed ten centimeters in diameter. Another qualitative judgment parameter of the rose is the surface of the petals, which vaguely recalls the soft female skin and therefore is always sought smooth and delicate. However, the typical roses of the dwarf species, or roses with a diameter of just over a centimeter, but with an enchanting and very sweet appearance, are not taken away from being pleased: they are often given as gifts with the plant itself in pot.

Climbing roses

We have seen that many species belong to the “rose” genus, and among these we could not fail to mention climbing roses: they, of undoubted charm and also rare to find, are appreciated for covering the walls and pergolas of our gardens, both for the beauty of plant itself with its intensely green leaves and both for the extraordinary effect obtained when the plant blooms, when there is an explosion of roses with a very intense scent and color, which add a multisensory decoration to the exclusively visual one. In reality there are no real climbing roses, but there are some species of roses that can be “traced” to the climbing behavior with a certain ease. Indeed, there are so many species of roses with these characteristics that they are divided into two groups, called rambler and climber respectively: the ramblers are species of roses that have a little woody and fairly mouldable stem, while the climbers are species of roses however used as climbers but which have a more woody and hard stem, therefore more difficult to mold less “fluid”. In both cases, the not precisely climbing nature of the roses imposes that they must be “guided” to lean on walls, other plants, pergolas, etc., by means of ligatures in strategic points and moments of the plant itself. therefore more difficult to model and with less “fluid” results. In both cases, the not precisely climbing nature of the roses imposes that they must be “guided” to lean on walls, other plants, pergolas, etc., by means of ligatures in strategic points and moments of the plant itself. therefore more difficult to model and with less “fluid” results. In both cases, the not precisely climbing nature of the roses imposes that they must be “guided” to lean on walls, other plants, pergolas, etc., by means of ligatures in strategic points and moments of the plant itself.

Various features

Climbing roses are widely used to decorate gardens and various parts of the house due to their extraordinary beauty … but not only. In fact, the climbing rose has other characteristics so interesting that it marries almost perfectly with the needs of the person who places them in the garden; first of all they are defined as “rustic”: the word would suggest something “peasant” that apparently has nothing to do with the roses themselves, but in reality, in the context of plants, the term is used to define plants that are not very delicate and demanding from an environmental and treatment point of view. For the climbing rose this term is absolutely appropriate, because for example it resists even quite low winter temperatures, managing to overcome even those frosts that burn or “cripple” many other plants in our gardens. Not only that, from the point of view of watering, the climbing rose is very “cheap”: in the fertile period, which goes from spring to autumn, the climbing rose requires to be watered only when the soil is dry on the surface, so if the temperatures they are not excessively high this can happen even every two or three days. At the same time in the period of vegetative rest (winter), it should not be watered at all. so if the temperatures are not too high this can happen even every two or three days. At the same time in the period of vegetative rest (winter), it should not be watered at all. so if the temperatures are not too high this can happen even every two or three days. At the same time in the period of vegetative rest (winter), it should not be watered at all.

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