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|Culture & Science - Ecology and Environment|
|Monday, 06 August 2012 21:22|
The appearance of the rose of China is really striking, with its oval leaves acuminate, coarsely toothed edges, but s on flowers that get all the attention. They are large, about four inches in diameter, beautiful red Live, single or double, and long stamens that exceed the height of the corolla.
In appearance and dimensions, the China rose is a perfect plant for use in the garden, terraces and balconies, always contained in large pots, and placed in a place where the sun give fully.
As for irrigation, the plant needs to have a high moisture level frequently, but even more during the months immediately prior to the occurrence of flowering. Also to grow it needs to be given a fresh substrate and highly paid, to which add a significant portion of sand, and peat.
The Rose of China is multiplied by cuttings, and keep in mind that you can enjoy its spectacular flowers during the summer months. Among its many varieties highlights the Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, a perennial shrub species, typical of relatively warm climates, which can be grown only in pots and should be during the coldest season