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Rare purple dragon rose seeds

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  • Bonsai roses. 100PC Germany rare purple dragon rose seeds. Flowering plants

Purple roses represent nobility, romantic love, and precious affection. They also symbolize guarding love, embodying the steadfastness of love, akin to the attitude of the goddess of love, Venus.

Morphological Characteristics: The plant is of medium size, with an upright tree posture and dense branching. The leaves are horizontally arranged, oval-shaped, and green or dark green. The leaf surface is slightly raised, with a flat leaf body and blunt or gradually pointed tips. The leaf edges are slightly sharp and closely spaced, with thick and crisp texture. The diameter of the flower corolla is 3.2 cm, with 6-7 petals, and the ovary is densely covered with hair, with three rows of pistils.

Growing Environment: Purple roses thrive in sunlight, prefer warmth, tolerate severe cold and drought, and do not require special protection from frost in northern winters. They can grow without watering as long as there is no drought (referring to ground planting). The soil requirements are not strict, generally thriving in fertile soil, with lush growth and good flowering. Fertilization should be frequent in summer, with fertilizer applied every 15-20 days, followed by timely watering to prevent scorching. Pruning in autumn is necessary to prevent excessive growth, which affects flowering and the aesthetic shape of the plant. Roses are prone to aphids and require attention for prevention and control.

The cultivation of purple roses does not require strict soil conditions, but they thrive best in slightly alkaline or neutral soil, with slightly acidic soil also being suitable. Therefore, purple roses should be planted in well-ventilated, sunny fields with fertile soil, good irrigation, and drainage conditions. They avoid low-lying and waterlogged areas, as prolonged waterlogging can lead to yellowing and shedding of lower leaves and even death of the entire plant. The flower buds of purple roses require an average temperature above 7 degrees Celsius to sprout, and from the initial budding to flowering, they require an accumulated temperature of 365 degrees Celsius, depending on the ambient temperature. Purple roses are most susceptible to hot dry winds and soil drought during the flowering period, and irrigation during the budding period may be conducted in plots with water conditions. During the growth and development process, purple roses undergo two periods of growth cessation (usually referred to as summer dormancy from June to July; winter dormancy from November to December), during which no branches are formed, and the branches do not elongate. The summer dormancy period is the best time for pruning flower seedlings, and during the winter dormancy period, base fertilization can be applied, and sufficient water should be provided for overwintering, laying the foundation for stable and high yields of flower buds in the coming year.