A few simple rules for a beautiful rose garden
Growing roses in the garden can be relatively simple if you follow a few small rules. Like any plant, the rose requires minimal care to prevent it from being attacked by bacteria and other tiny insects, perhaps with the addition of fertilizer to the soil that allows for healthy development. The rose plant, with its flower, requires annual or half-yearly pruning, depending on the chosen variety: in general, dry and old branches are cut off to allow the younger ones to develop better. Old branches can act as cuttings for other grafts, because the rose plant is strong enough to grow in difficult conditions, despite the fact that its flower, in terms of fragrance and composition, is very delicate. Speaking of perfume, one cannot fail to mention a competitor similarly beautiful, but more powerful on the nose: it is the tuberose, whose flower has particular characteristics. It is composed, in fact, of fleshy rosette leaves and releases an irresistible scent only after sunset: it is said that its essence has the ability to stimulate creativity and vital energy.
The beauty of the variety of roses
Historically, the rose flower was one of the most represented by ancient and modern art. Symbol of passion, jealousy or friendship, the rose has almost 150 varieties and thanks to new grafts and the resumption of cultivation of ancient species, its proliferation seems to be more flourishing than ever. Used to embellish the garden or the balcony, the rose flower has a competitor that in recent years is establishing itself for its organoleptic and aesthetic characteristics: tuberose. The tuberose, or Polianthes, comes from Mexico and is part of the Agaveceae family. The discovery of this plant and its characteristics made it necessary for the colonizers to export: the essence emanating from its flowers is highly intense and pleasant and for these reasons, it is still used today for the composition of refined and refined perfumes.
Roses and tuberoses: when flowers heal.
The rose flower is globally recognized as one of the most fascinating and meaningful in the history of plants. Its cultivation, used to adorn the garden or for commercial use, is practiced with assiduity and in different varieties depending on the climate and the skill in pruning. The family is that of the Rosaceae which counts about 2000 species among herbs, trees and shrubs, widespread mostly in Europe and Asia. Few people know, however, the healing properties of the rose plant: the flower, in fact, is used to make up alternative medicines thanks to its antidepressant, anti-inflammatory and anti-asthma properties. Each variety has its own specific characteristic and it is easy to find information given the vastness of the discussion on the subject. To be associated with roses, even if they are part of another family of plants, is the tuberose, so called because of its stem that resembles that of a tuber. Even its perfume seems to activate benefits, the sense of smell is awakened by its characteristic essence, giving energy, vitality and an enhancement of the senses, so much so that it was forbidden in the past to young girls.
Rosa fiore: The most unique perfumes in the world? Those of roses and tuberoses
The rose flower is a classic that cannot be missing in any garden worthy of the name. From the spontaneous ones to sought after species difficult to find on the market, the rose plants are widespread, almost in every part of the world. The most expensive and sought after rose seems to be Baccarat, due to the color that varies from dark red to black. The great use of petals and essence to create fragrances with an unmistakable taste plays in its favor: a fragrance suitable for different types of people. Even the tuberose, a Mexican flower, has its own very particular scent which, often combined with that of the rose, creates an incredible mix, much loved by women. Sensual, bewitching and engaging, the essence of the tuberose is released at night, just after sunset, while the corolla is picked up at dawn: its scent is the most powerful in the whole plant kingdom. It is therefore not surprising that the extracts are the most expensive and the most used by perfumers: it seems, in fact, to be irresistible to the sense of smell.