Life Cycle of a Rose

  1. Roses grow from seeds and are perennials
  2. Seed in the Earth Sprouts Fertilisation
  3. Plant grows with leaves and thorns over spring
  4. Rose Bud
  5. Rose Flower Blooms for Pollination
  6. Flowers have bright colours and sweet scents to attract insects and birds for pollination
  7. Flower Wilts Petals Drop Leaves Shrivell in the Autumn and Winter
  8. Seed and Fruit Germination
  9. Rose Hip is the plans receptacle which swells and turns red The oil has bee used for cosmetics and health for centuries. Rosehip Seed Oil is made into a syrup is high in Vitamin C