Chris has the facts.
On the whole, I average 25-75 emails per week from folks asking rose related questions. About 25% of those are questions related to how to grow roses from seed. Growing roses from seeds can be done. It takes patience. In order to produce a mature rose shrub from a seed is a multi year process and is not for the faint of heart.
the ‘Osiria Rose’ – is actually a rose but is not sold in the U.S.
Many times people who write to me have already purchased seeds. Sometimes, they send along an exotic photo of an unusually colored rose supposedly grown in some far off land. They always tell me that they spent $$$ (+ Shipping & Handling) and are very disappointed with the results. Either the seeds failed to germinate or they produced a totally different bloom than what was advertised. Or, the shrub is spindly, sickly and rarely produces any blooms at…
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