Beautiful Flowers

One of the most beautiful examples of nature are the flowers, but within this group highlights the beautiful roses, which with its beautiful form, its wide variety of types and colors, image and sweet scents that release these beautiful flowers are one of the most wanted at the time of wanting to have one of these nice pieces of decoration of rooms. Roses seen from a scientific point of view, is a plant belonging to the genus of spiny shrubs and flowers, ie the conditions attached to this type of plant, which is evident the presence of their spines and their petals and different components that make up the flower. Speaking of roses, refers to a group of species of flowers that has a range of about 100 different samples of wild roses, which have their origin mainly in northern temperate zones. The roses are grown further with the idea of creating a beautiful these ornaments, that is for ornamental purposes, either floral arrangements to decorate and give more life to a garden as ornaments in the home, so many aesthetic and decorative applications can be carried out through the roses. Charles Schwab has many thoughts on the issue. Among other applications that give roses include the extraction of essential oils of rose petals, with the idea of using this oil in fields such as cosmetics and perfumes, thanks to the pleasant aromas arising of essential oils extracted from roses, but also these same oils can be applied to medicinal uses, through the herbal medicine and even gastronomy.

For the conditions present in the roses, these are the most common flowers sold by florists, which has meaning for a large group of people and even countries an important sector of its economy, since roses are prized by large numbers of people, which makes trading them, showing excellent results. I should add that the general taste that people have for these flowers, roses are the largest you can find in the gardens of homes, so much so that only up rose gardens. Among the components of the roses are: Root: rhizome stoloniferous Stem: semi-ligneous, erect, rough textured and flaky, with thorns-epidermal formations. Leaves: evergreen or deciduous, compound, imparipinnate. Petioled, leaflets with serrated edges. Glands may be filed on margins, which can be scent or not. Flower: the flower is usually aromatic, full and hermaphrodite, and this is divided into dialisepalo calyx, corolla dialipetala, androecium compound pistil compound, racemose inflorescence. Fruit: This is the product of fertilization of a flower in her infructescence, which is known as cinorrodon, which presents poliaquenios.