1.The rose, a symbol of love and beauty, was called “the queen of flowers” by the Greek poet, Sappho. In the 9th century, Persian poets, such as Rumi, drew strong connections between the rose and spiritual epiphany.
Persian Rose Solid Perfume
2. The rose is rightly called the queen of all flowers, because thanks to its valuable characteristics it nourishes, moisturizes and rejuvenates the skin.
3. A rose’s rarest essence lives in the thorn. (Rumi)
4. A thorn defends the rose, harming only those who would steal the blossom. Chinese proverb
5. Do not watch the petals fall from the rose with sadness, know that, like life, things sometimes must fade, before they can bloom again.
6. The rose is a flower of love. The world has acclaimed it for centuries. Pink roses are for love hopeful and expectant. White roses are for love dead or forsaken, but the red roses, ah the red roses are for love triumphant.
7. The red rose whispers of passion, And the white rose breathes of love; O, the red rose is a falcon, And the white rose is a dove. John Boyle O’Reilly
8. The rose is a rose from the time it is a seed to the time it dies. Within it, at all times, it contains its whole potential. It seems to be constantly in the process of change: Yet at each state, at each moment, it is perfectly all right as it is. A rose dreams of enjoying the company of bees, but none appears. The sun asks: Aren’t you tired of waiting Yes, answers the rose, but if I close my petals, I will wither and die.
9. “Roses Are Red” can refer to a specific poem, or a class of poems inspired by that poem. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 19798. It is most commonly used as a love poem.
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Sugar is sweet,
And so are you.
A nursery rhyme significantly closer to the modern cliché Valentine’s Day poem can be found in Gammer Gurton’s Garland, a 1784 collection of English nursery rhymes:
The rose is red, the violet’s blue,
The honey’s sweet, and so are you.
Thou are my love and I am thine;
I drew thee to my Valentine:
The lot was cast and then I drew,
And Fortune said it shou’d be you.
10. Is there anything more beautiful than a garden full of beautiful roses? They are a paradise for the eyes, a balm for the soul, and a scent for the whole yard. If you plan on planting roses, it is recommended that they be planted in late fall or early spring.
The rose thrives in almost every country, but grows best in the garden soil, which has previously been well woven to a depth of 30-40 cm and well fertilized. To make cultivation as successful as possible, potatoes may make your job easier. Experts advise that when picking a cut, you should choose straight, young (as of this year) stems, pencil thickness. Cuttings should be about 23 cm long. It is necessary to remove the leaves and thorns from the bottom of the cuttings. You can leave the leaves on top, and you don’t have to, advise gardeners with Amateur Gardening.
If a cut of rose is inserted into a potato, it will allow it sufficient moisture and nutrients to grow the root. The whole earth shakes. Although rose seedlings can be harvested year-round, you will get better results when the weather is a little warmer.
In the video, see how to plant roses stabbed in potatoes.