When I visited the rose exhibition I also noticed some wild roses.
One of the most popular plants in the modern world is the “queen of flowers” – the rose. Archaeological finds show that even in the 5th century, its image began to be personified in household objects, art. For centuries of breeding, hybridization, crossbreeding, and natural selection, many groups and varieties of roses have emerged, grouped according to different characteristics.
The interior of the rose is also important – the wild rose is especially strong. Wild rose can maintain a balance between smoothness and robustness, requirements, and adjustments. Cultivated roses radiate vitality and harmony due to their unique beauty and magical scent. In contrast, wild roses in the interior hide the vitality and substances that are key to the formation of precious oil from the seeds of nutmeg.
Do you like wild roses?