Rose (red)


With their vibrant red color and densely filled petals, red rose plants appear as the perfect addition to your garden to indicate courage, beauty, passion, love, and romance.


  • Life cycle: perennial
  • Plant size: 1.5-2 feet
  • Pot required: 10-12 inches
  • Watering: when the topsoil gets dry

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What Makes it Unique?

  • The perfect flowering plants with year-round flowering and sweet-smelling blossoms.
  • Excellent addition for your outdoor garden, sunny balconies, terrace, etc.
  • The bright red flowers make your garden more attractive with their enchanting beauty.
  • An easy-to-care plant that blossoms flowers with a refreshing smell.
  • Attractive and vibrant flowers used widely for ornamental purposes.


How to Care?

  • The red rose plants need only 3-6 hours of sunlight and can do well in indirect light for the rest of the day.
  • Always choose a rich organic fertile soil with a well-draining nature to ensure the best growth of the plant.
  • Do not sprinkle direct water frequently on the flowers or buds of the rose plants, as it can lead to fungal growth.
  • Choose an organic fertilizer for the red rose plants to provide them with the proper nutrients for the best growth.
  • Keep them in natural bright sunlight for the initial days after the delivery to offer the best growth.
  • Make sure not to re-pot them for the initial 15 days after receiving them to let them recover from the travel shocks.
  • Loosen the topsoil of the red rose plants before applying fertilizer without disturbing the roots to let them absorb the nutrients efficiently.
  • Choose the main growing seasons to apply fertilizer for the best growth of the red rose plants.
  • Poke your soil in the topsoil to check if the soil is dry before watering. Do not water your red rose plants while the soil is moist.
  • Do not apply too much water at once if the pot doesn’t contain a drainage hole. Water in small durations to let the soil absorb the water easily.


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