Pink Rose is the popular and beautiful blush colored perennial rose bush variety that will be sure to be beautiful in the garden.
Germination temperature: 20-25° C
Germination time: 40 Days
Growth optimum temperature: 10-25° C
Spacing: 20 x 20
Growing rose plants from seed is not easy and quick as other procedures. But, this method of growing rose plants will satisfy when you see your plants bloom flowers and make your garden beautiful. Based on the types of rose species, there are different idiosyncrasies. All these vary based on the needs of seeds for growing, the place it is sowed, and other environmental conditions.
Cold stratification is the basic method to sow and grow the rose seeds and replant it to a permanent place for future growth.
This is the method of keeping the seeds at an approximate temperature of 35 degrees Fahrenheit. You can keep the seeds in the refrigerator at this temperature. Use a folded paper towel in store these seeds. Before you put the towel into the refrigerator, moisture one part of the towel in purified water and another part with bleach.
Put the towel in a zip-lock bag. If you have stored different kinds of seeds in one towel, don’t forget to mark it. Leave the seeds at the same temperature and setup for 45 to 60 days.
After stratification, check if the seeds have frost, if not you can plant the seeds. Take a small tray with a good drainage system. Fill the tray with 50% soil and 50% vermiculite. Sow the seeds with half-inch between each other.
Keep the trays in sunlight and moisture in the soil with regular watering. After two or more leaves sprouted, take out the seedlings and plant it in separate pots. Put the pot in direct sunlight and water it regularly.
Before Planting: Rose seeds require the cold and moist storage period before sprout. Plant the seeds 1/4 inches deep into the soil in the planting tray. Make sure that the planting mix is moist, and seal the tray with the plastic bag, and placed it in the refrigerator for 10 weeks. After this remove the tray from the plastic bag and placed it in a warm environment. Once the seeds are sprouted transplant the plant in the individual pots.
Planting: Once the seeds are established, plant the rose outside in the spring season
Watering: Watering: Water roses weekly close to the soil and not overhead to prevent fungal diseases.
Fertilizer: When the rose is established fertilize the plant in each spring
Pink Rose Flower Details:
Classification: Novel Plant
Full-bloom Period: Spring
Flower Color: Pink