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Unique Brown Rose Fast Facts

As part of the Rosa species, brown roses are hybrid roses that appear on a prickly shrub with gorgeous flowers. When most people think of the rose, they picture a romantic blossoming red, white, pink, or, perhaps even a yellow flower. Few know that the brown rose even exists, making it one of the best kept rose secrets. The brown rose is an excellent choice to create a warm touch for an affair and blends particularly well as part of a bouquet or centerpiece in the fall and winter.

Common Name: Brown Roses

Pronunciation: broun rohz

Genus: Rosa

Family: Rosaceae

Origin: Roses are indigenous to the northern hemisphere and come from regions with temperate climates.

Availability: Roses are available all year round; however, since the brown rose is still a fairly new hybrid, it is not as readily available as other colored roses.

Color Options: Brown roses come in an unusual array of colors from mouth watering chocolate to a light coffee color. Their colors are unique and flavorful.

Grows in: The brown rose is now becoming more available and is grown mainly in Europe.

Care Tips: Like any rose, the brown rose needs fresh water. To optimize the life span of a brown rose, cut off an inch from the stems and place them in a vase that is filled to about a third with water. Make sure to remove any green leaves from the part of the stem that has contact with the water. It is advisable to re-cut the stems and change the vase water every 24 hours.

Life Span: Once the brown rose has fully bloomed it can last from 7-10 days.

Uses: The brown rose knows has no limitations. Use it in bouquets in centerpieces, by itself or combined with other flowers.

Mixes well with: Orange, yellow and pink roses.

Interesting facts: Bringing a new rose to the market is a very difficult task that can take years to accomplish; however, the brown rose is such a hot color choice right now that florists starting selling it as soon as it became available.

 

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