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1 By: Yadira Ramierez W. Stiern Middle School 7th grade GATE ELA Ms. Marshall BCSD

2 A rose is a perennial flower shrub or vine of the genus Rosa, within the family Rosaceae, it has over 100 species and comes in various colors. Most are native to Asia, with smaller numbers of species native to Europe, North America, and northwest Africa. Natives, cultivars and hybrids are all grown for their beautiful look and aroma.

3 There are 4 different types of flower forms there is the single, semi double, double and the very double each are very different from each other. Single Semi double Double Very double

4 Fertile Water Sun To grow roses you need various thing such as fetal, soil, sun, water. Each of these thing help the roses grow nigger and fuller

5 3. Provide plenty of nutrients: Roses consume significant amounts of nutrients. What you add to your soil will get them off to a great start, but they will favorably respond to additional fertilizer added year after year. You've likely heard tales of fellow gardeners burying the remains of fish, or other animals, under their rose bush with stellar results. These stories are actually true. 1. Plenty of Sunshine: When planning your garden, keep in mind that roses like full sun. If that is not possible, roses will tolerate partial shade. The rose garden is in particle shade, and they grow quite well. 2. Rich, loose soil: Roses require a lot of food and nutrients. When planting roses, make sure to mix in generous portions of compost and manure into the native garden soil. If this is not available, add store bought peat moss and cow manure.

6 How to make your Roses last longer With the end of the flower stem under water, cut about an inch off the stem with a sharp knife. If you Cut at an angle. This will open the veins in the stem to allow more water to pass through. If you leave the roses in a cool dark room the will get settled in to there new are. That they are going to be able to live longer. You must keep out of direct sun light and change the water daily

7 Red ~ Love, beauty, courage and respect White~ Purity and innocence, silence or secrecy, also reverence and humility Pink~ Appreciation," Thank you", grace, perfect happiness, and admiration Dark Pink~ Appreciation, gratitude Light Pink~ admiration, sympathy Yellow~ Joy, gladness, friendship, delight, the promise of a new beginning Orange~ Desire, and enthusiasm Red and White~ Given together, these signify unity Red Rosebud~ A symbol of purity and loveliness White Rosebud~ Symbolic of girlhood Thorn less Rose~ Signifies "Love at first sight".

8 Bibliography The Big Book of Flower Gardening New York: Time-Life Custom Publishing Time Life Inc., 1996 Retrieved from the World Wide Web November 8, 2009


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