Red roses are a versatile plant in your garden. Many gardeners love them for their scent. Others love the way they look and the fragrant flowers. You can grow roses indoors or out of doors,and they don’t require much care at all. They grow well in all seasons and they have very few pests or diseases.
A rose is actually a perennial flowering perennial flower belonging to the genus Rosa,the same family as the daisy,lavender,and hyacinths. There are around three hundred different varieties and thousands of cultivars available today. They are commonly found in Northern America and in China. They can even be grown successfully in Australia,Europe,Africa,and India. Most rose species can tolerate some shade,but they are known to thrive better in full sunlight.
The good thing about roses is that they do not require too much care or watering. Roses will tolerate dry soil better than they do rich,moist soil. The soil should have some organic matter,like crushed peat,to provide a good environment for the roots. It should be firm and moist but not so wet that roots will rot. This plant is not a hardy plant and will not do well in drought conditions. In other words,it is not the plant for every garden,but it is an excellent plant for those who are looking for a good indoor plant.