Results for - Everything's Coming Up Roses

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Known as the

1. Known as the "£3 million rose", the Juliet Rose is one of the most beautiful roses with its soft apricot-hued petals and heavenly scent. You can buy them for much less than $5 million (the equivalent of £3 million), but they are called this because that's how much it cost renowned rose breeder David Austin to develop the hybrid over a fifteen-year period. The rose made its debut at the Chelsea flower show in 2006, earning the name for the most expensive rose ever cultivated. The most expensive rose is the 'Rainbow Rose' which is a multicoloured species of rose. A dozen rainbow roses will cost you about $480 as a lone polychromatic rose costs around $40. Do you enjoy roses?

Yes
60%
1,316 votes
No
11%
246 votes
They are OK, not one of my favourite flowers
29%
638 votes
How many of these rose facts are you familiar with?

2. How many of these rose facts are you familiar with?

Roses have been found throughout the historical, even the medieval, era. The reason for this is their propensity for survival and longevity. Roses in a bunch can survive for very long periods, and many of the wild variety don't even need any special care to flourish.
20%
439 votes
The Cathedral of Hildesheim's wall in Germany is utterly covered with a rose bush that has been recorded to be a part of the wall for over 1000 years.
6%
124 votes
Technically, roses don't have thorns. Botanically, a thorn is rooted deep inside the stem and as the rose's sharp attachments are on the surface of the stem; they technically become prickles.
7%
158 votes
Roses are native to the USA and the northern America. Scientific research on roses proved that the oldest fossils of the plant rose were found in Colorado some 35 million years ago
9%
203 votes
Over 900 acres of greenhouse in the USA is devoted to the cultivation of fresh cut red roses which is a billion US dollar industry.
7%
143 votes
60% of the total US rose production comes from a state of California.
7%
153 votes
There are no true black roses, but some species of rose are so deeply crimson that they seem black from a little distance. The only rose that even comes close to the true black shade is the Turkish Halfeti. The rarely rose breed that is known as 'The Black Rose of Turkey' is dark crimson.
10%
213 votes
Knew all
4%
85 votes
None
63%
1,381 votes
As a flower, the rose is associated with love and friendship, but the health benefits of roses are many. How many of these health benefits do you know about?

3. As a flower, the rose is associated with love and friendship, but the health benefits of roses are many. How many of these health benefits do you know about?

The rose petals contain compounds that improve metabolism in addition to clearing toxins from the body, thereby aiding in weight loss. Apart from this, eating a handful of rose petals satiates your senses and prevents you from eating more and thus, helps you lose weight in a natural way.
12%
270 votes
The rosewater (by steam distillation) prepared from Persian variety of rose plants can give relief from constipation, can cleanse the blood, and enhance the positivity of mind.
11%
252 votes
Roses are a natural aphrodisiac. Rose petals are very effective in helping a person feel sexually active by acting on two essential doshas in our body, which in turn regulate heart, mind and the nervous system.
9%
188 votes
Rose petals and its essence can relieve stress and depression
14%
300 votes
Rosewater helps treat skin irritation on sensitive skin, balances out oily skin, softens and tones the skin. Along with being a good choice as an astringent, it serves as a great deep cleanser and toner and thus, make you look younger, naturally.
15%
319 votes
Rosewater helps treat skin irritation on sensitive skin, balances out oily skin, softens and tones the skin. Along with being a good choice as an astringent, it serves as a great deep cleanser and toner and thus, make you look younger, naturally.
13%
285 votes
All
5%
119 votes
None
61%
1,331 votes
05/17/2019 Health & Fitness 2236 32 By: Harriet56

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