The roses (Rosa) are the eponymous plant genus of the rose family (Rosaceae). The genus includes depending believes between 100 and 250 species. These form a very well-defined genus by their typical features spines, rose hips and imparipinnate leaves. There are shrubs with usually conspicuous, five petals. Most species are distributed only in the Holarctic and grow preferably on calcareous soils. The science of the roses is called Rhodologie.
Landscaped distinguish between wild roses and cultivated roses. The rose is called since the Greeks as "queen of flowers". Roses are grown as ornamental plants for over 2000 years. The rose oil obtained from the petals is an important raw material of the perfume industry....
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