FYI: Did you know there are 150 Species of Roses Existing? Know Types of Rose Plants

A rose is a woody perennial flowering plant of the genus Rosa called the 'queen of flowers' as well as the 'King of Flowers'. It symbolizes royalty and queenship. Gardens without roses are not considered complete. Roses have been the most popular choice of flowers for gifting purposes worldwide. They also serve as a great addition to home and office decoration. A bunch of roses or even a single rose works aesthetically and miraculously enhances a place. Before you give a red rose to someone you love, hold right there, you are about to get a variety of roses here-

Types of Rose Plants

1. Hybrid Tea Roses

This is the most popular class of roses, with large beautiful blooms with 30 to 50 petals, which grow out of the long stem. There are many thousands of hybrid tea roses, which have been cultivated or nurtured, with new introductions constantly replacing older varieties.

Hybrid Tea Roses

2. Miniature Roses

As the name states, Miniature Roses are tiny replicas of larger roses that can be small compact bushes that work well in containers/pots on the deck or patio. Their height is usually between 15 and 30 inches. Perfect for small gardens.

Miniature Roses

3. Alba Roses

Alba Roses are hybrids that are some of the oldest garden roses, dating back to 100 A.D. They have tall, elegant shrubs with beautiful blue-green leaves and white or light pink flowers. Alba Roses bloom once in late spring or early summer and are among the hardiest of roses - they are disease-resistant, low-maintenance, can tolerate shade, and cold conditions.

Alba Roses

4. The Floribunda Roses

These flowers generally bloom in small clusters of flowers. Popular flower varieties include 'Iceberg', 'Julia Child', 'Ketchup and Mustard', and 'Angel Face'. A new variety of rose, come up and is called ‘Please Easy to Please”, which increases immunity. This variety, part of the Easy-to-Love collection from Vicks Roses, grows well in a wide range of climates and conditions.

The Floribunda Roses

5. Climbing Roses

FYI they don’t climb. Climbing long rods of roses are well adapted to pave their way up pillars, fences, arbors, and gazebos. Most of them are mutations or alterations on bush roses, and they are large, single flowers or tufted blooms on a stem. Climbing Rose plant blooms continuously during summer and fall. The arching canes can be 20 to 30 feet long.

Climbing Roses

Now you know different varieties of roses, so send your loved ones a bunch of these, on any celebration and watch that beautiful smile on their faces. You can shop a wide variety of roses and rose day gifts from FlowerAura, just visit the website and explore our beautiful collection.