The Encyclopedia of House Plants

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Family: Rosaceae.

"Charming Parade" Common name(s): Rose "Sunset Parade"
Rosa Genus of about 150 species of semi-evergreen or deciduous shrubs and perennial climbers, found in a variety of habitats in Asia, Europe, N. Africa, and North America. Miniature Roses bear lovely 1/2 - 1 1/2 in. blooms which are similar to their larger outdoors relatives. There are fragrance, a wide array of colours and a variety of shapes including bushes (6-12 in. high), climbers and standards. With care they can be grown successfully, providing blooms from early spring to late summer. Remove faded blooms to prolong the flowering season. Rosa
Growing conditions Watering and misting Propagation
Indoor it needs abundant light (full sun or light shade), moderate temperatures (60-70°F nights), good air circulation. Water freely all year, sparingly in winter. Misting is necessary. Root softwood cuttings in summer; root hardwood cuttings in autumn. Sow seed in containers in autumn.

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