Discover Antique Roses

Antique roses, also called Victorian Roses, are said to be strong survivors and the most fragrant of the roses. They are also very versatile. If you need a climbing plant, antiques roses will add beauty as they climb. Perhaps you want something that rambles, or perhaps a large bush in a particular area. This flower will fit the bill for you.

The word antique applies obviously to its history. And antique roses have a long history. But, let's say you have an antique house with antique furniture. Because an antique of any kind will catch a collector's eye, what better to put close by than a flowering plant also named antique?

Although this plant is very well-known in the southern states of the United States, it can also be found in other parts of the globe, including China, Canada, and Russia to name a few. Some places in the United States that are known for these types of flowers are: Brenham, TX (Antique Rose Emporium), Sebastopol, CA (Vintage Gardens), Laurens, SC (Roses Unlimited), Eustes, FL (Seminole Springs Antique Rose and Herb Farm), and in Canada (Pickering Nurseries, Inc.).

If you want your roses to stay strong in the winter, you must be sure to not neglect them in the summer months. A healthier plant is a hardier plant. It is said that the fall's cooler temperatures will stimulate the antique rose plants. It makes sense when the cooler weather also stimulates us humans. Doesn't a cold shower tend to get the blood flowing? While I wouldn't recommend giving your roses a cold shower, except by nature's own rain, I wish only to make a point.

Many people start roses from cuttings. I am not one blessed with a "green thumb", so I have yet to try this. It is interesting to think that only a piece of another plant could produce a thing of such beauty when tended properly. Certain things should be taken into consideration when growing this plant. Things such as the PH balance of the soil, insects, proper grooming and pruning, fertilizing, fungus, mildew, and a late freeze are some things to guard against.

Certain things that a rose might coax for your viewing pleasure, are bumblebees and butterflies. There are sure to be human visitors ready to pour their admiration for your beautiful antique roses.

Keep in mind that some kinds of flowers will bloom only once a year, so make your selection carefully. Be sure to consider your climate as well. Protect your investment and you won't be disappointed. The price of quart sized pots range anywhere from $5.95 to $15.95-US dollars.

Memorabilia for this plant can be found in many shopping places that sell flowers. If cash is an issue, you can check discount shops, auctions, garage sales and flea markets.

You can find items with antique rose themes in jewelry, paintings, valances, lamp shades, bedding, photo frames, stationery, and posters, to name a few.

Just the name, "Antique Rose", carries a hint of romanticism, class, and a certain sophistication. There is the old saying that a rose by any other name is still a rose! Ahhh, but the many kinds of flowers we are blessed with! And the name of this such kind seems to demand respect.

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