Rare Holland Rainbow Rose Flower Seeds
Indulge in the beauty of rare and captivating blooms with our Rare Holland Rainbow Rose Flower Seeds.
Cultivate your own enchanting garden filled with these exotic flowers that are surprisingly easy to grow.
Each package includes 25 seeds, allowing you to embark on a delightful gardening journey.
Exotic Beauty Made Easy: These seeds are among the easiest exotic plants or flowers to cultivate, making them a perfect choice for both novice and experienced gardeners.
25 Seeds per Package: Each package contains a generous quantity of 25 seeds, ensuring you have an abundance to plant and enjoy.
Ancient Origins: Fossil evidence dates the existence of roses back to prehistoric times, with the first cultivated roses appearing in Asian gardens over 5,000 years ago.
Roman Introduction: Roses were introduced to Europe during the Roman Empire, initially valued for their ornamental beauty.
Cultural Significance: Throughout history, roses have played significant roles in various cultures, from Cleopatra's legendary use of rose petals to Nero's extravagant feasts adorned with cascading roses.
Before sowing, a laminated sprouting process is necessary and takes approximately 30-50 days.
Laminated Sprouting: Conduct this process during winter when low temperatures (below 5℃) are prevalent. Soak the seeds in a gibberellin-water mixture for 48 hours. Combine the seeds with damp sand (the sand should clump in your hand but remain powdery) in a 1:3 ratio. Place this mixture in a cold environment for 30-50 days, such as a refrigerator.
Sowing: Wet the soil before sowing the seeds. Plant the seeds in the soil, covering them with 1-1.5 cm of soil. The ideal temperature for sowing is 20℃.
After Sowing: While frequent watering is not necessary, ensure the soil remains consistently damp (not waterlogged). Germination typically occurs within about 15 days.
- Provide ample sunlight, with at least half a day of sunshine daily, ensuring proper ventilation.
- Prune the plant regularly.
- Apply timely fertilization.
- While not necessary to change the flower pot annually, consider transplanting to a larger pot if the plant outgrows its current one.