Is there any Black color roses we can cultivate like of red roses?
This is a great question and it has tested te best Rose growers for centuries but to my knowledge the perfect black rose does not exist.
If someone was to perfect the breeding of a pure black rose, owning the patent would be worth a fortune.
Very close attempts have been made in labs by scientists playing with genetics but the best they can come up with is a very, very dark red Rose which looks almost black.
There are no absolutely black roses, but there are a few which come close, like "Black Magic". It is so dark red that it almost appears to be black in sort of a velvety way. A lot of garden shops have this one and it's available from Jackson-Perkins. Also, "Oklahoma" is very dark, but it's an older variety and not so easy to find in the shops anymore.
by navneetjha 2 years ago
Why only red roses are gifted to a girl you love?Is there a reason only red roses are gifted to a female friend you are in love with? Why not roses of other colors or different flowers for that matter?
by Susan Reid 8 years ago
Besides red roses, what are the most "romantic" flowers?
by dianne143 8 years ago
On the way you see 2 rose bushes. One is full of red roses, the other full of white. You decide to pick 20 roses for your boy/girlfriend, of any color combination. What number of white and red do you pick? (you can pick all of one or any combo of the two)
by Maria del Pilar Perez 6 years ago
If you want to marry a girl, what color rose (flower) would you give her when proposing?
by ngureco 18 months ago
I think everyone has there own preferences, You would think people prefer dark skin that's why they are out in the sun and at the tanning beds Always striving to look better, but not striving to be better people.
by latishartz 8 years ago
can rats eat roses
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