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 How did the rose get its name?

Answer The name rose comes from French, itself from Latin, rosa, which was borrowed from Oscan, from Greek ρόδιόν rhodion (Aeolic υρόδιόν wrodion), from Old Persian wurdi "flower" (cf.Avest. ... Read More »
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Do rose plants seed themselves by dropping rose hip pods?

Roses are self-propagating plants that produce seeds in a bulbous pod known as a rose hip. Rose hips can be collected and replanted or allowed to fall to the earth, where some of them will take hol... Read More »
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I have black spots on all the leaves on my rose bush - should I cut the rose down or how do I get rid of them?

Blackspot is a fungus that causes black spots about 1/16 to 1/2 inches indiameter to form on the leaves and sometimes stems. The infected leaveslater turn yellow around the spots and eventually fal... Read More »
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What parts does the rose use to make rose perfume?

How many rose petals does it take to make 16 ounces of rose oil?

It takes 2,000 lbs of rose petals to make 16 oz. of rose oil.Source:Herbs 'n Oils: Rose Oil
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