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Learning About The Different Types Of Roses

There are so many different types of roses that you have to choose from, and so if you are planning on planting roses in your garden, or even buying roses as a gift for someone that you care about, then you are absolutely going to want to read on so that you can learn about the different types of roses that are available.

The Different Types Of Roses

There are many different types of roses, however – as with basically everything else – there are some types that are more popular than others – and so you really want to make sure that you are aware not only of the most popular but of all the different types of roses that you can choose from.

When most people think of roses, they are thinking of the most popular type of rose, which is the hybrid tea rose. These are the roses that you see out at the florists on Valentines Day, and this is namely because they are so easy to cut and take care of.

Normally a hybrid tea has a large bloom at the end of a long cane, and they are generally uptight growing plants from 3-6 feet tall and the blooms are available in most colors, except for blue and black.

Then there are floribunda roses, which are less common but still quite well-known, and the floribundas were once called hybrid polyanthas. In the late 1940s, the term floribunda was approved, and is now the most commonly used term to refer to these particular roses.

They are typically smaller growing rose plants that have smaller blooms, and which tend to come in clusters. There are some however in which the bloom comes singly, however you really have to look around carefully in order to find these.

Then there are also miniature roses, which are roses that are smaller in bud, foliage, and bloom size, and which have blooms that can range from ˝ inch-2 inches. The miniature roses are incredibly popular, and they can be grown in the ground as well as in containers, without worry of having to repot because they do not get that large overall.

Whichever roses you decide to go with, as long as you are aware and informed on all of the different types then you will be able to make the best possible decisions in regards to which you should go with.


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