Question

 Rosa Rugosa Varieties?

Answer Rosa rugosa, also known as rugosa rose or saltspray rose, grows natively in China, Korea and Japan. The plant and its hybrids adapt well to areas with temperate climates, such as the United States.... Read More »
http://www.ehow.com/list_7329862_rosa-rugosa-varieties.html

Top Q&A For: Rosa Rugosa Varieties

Rosa Rugosa & Propagation?

Native to Japan, Northern China and Korea, Rosa rugosa is a woody shrub that grows 4 to 6 feet tall and wide. The fast-growing deciduous shrub forms a dense thicket that makes it ideal for growing ... Read More »
http://www.ehow.com/info_8476933_rosa-rugosa-propagation.html

How do I grow Rosa rugosa in poor soil?

The Good NewsPlant rugosa roses in poor soils with no trepidation: they have naturalized in the United States. They like sandy soils and tolerate a wide pH range. Rugosas will survive in salty, win... Read More »
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/2113157

Do leaves on a Rosa rugosa turn yellow in the fall?

Foliage on Rosa rugosa plants change to various colors in the fall. While leaves on some varieties of Rosa rugosa turn yellow in the fall, others turn orange, a yellow-orange color, or even a spect... Read More »
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/2133068

What are the dangers of replacing old varieties with new varieties using biotechnology?

Opinions on dangers of biotechnology There is a risk of narrowing the genetic pool so plants then become weaker over time. It can increase dependence on artificial fertilizers and pesticides. Some... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_dangers_of_replacing_old_varieties_with_new_vari...


feedback
loading