Corina Marisol. flowers. August 27th , 2017.
The beauty of tulips lies in their simplicity and the vibrant colors that they come in. They look nice when planted in gardens and fields, or even in a pot on a window sill.
The Lady Banks' rose (Rosa banksiae normalis) was first cultivated during the late 18th century. The plant is a native of China, where it is found growing on altitudes as high as 500-2000 m above sea level. It is named after the wife of one of the members of the Captain Cook expedition, Sir Joseph Banks, who was a botanist. There are two different types of Lady Banks' rose: white and yellow. The Lady Banks' rose blooms in clusters and the white variety (Rosa banksiae banksiae) is double-flowered. Later, Rosa banksiae lutescens, a double-flowered yellow variety, was also found.
If you have a flowering garden, a patio or simply a raised bed bordering the walkways, you often need to plant some attractive looking flowering plants. Roses being the best garden flowers, there are a number of varieties that are available. They are used as an excellent garden plant, because they grow in a bush accommodating large patches of soil, the flowered blooms make the outdoors look gorgeous, and they are easy to care for. One such variety of garden roses is Floribunda which is actually produced by crossing hybrid tea roses with Rosa multiflora (polyantha rose), a wild rose. The reason of crossing these two varieties of roses was to obtain an offspring which had the elaborate and large bloom of the polyantha, and the colors from the tea roses. These roses are very easy to care for but should be done appropriately.
For better light and air circulation, try to prune the rose bush such that the center of the plant is opened.
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