Pink roses are all hybrids or cultivars because pink is not a natural color. These are the accent home’s interior with beautiful rose blooms and have been used to communicate heartfelt emotions for centuries. The botanical name is Rosa x hybrida.
How To Care
Light: They need several hours of direct sun so a south-facing window is best to keep.
Water: Water your roses daily or every other day, Roses need a lot of water but not standing water. The pot should be flushed through with each watering.
Fertilizer: Fertilize monthly with a water-soluble variety. Roses like to feed a lot. Make sure the soil is rich and yet light— some compost, some perlite, some peat or similar fertilizer.
Temperature: For roses to grow it must be kept at a temperature around 15 to 28-degree celsius.
Potting: Repot your indoor red roses once in a year to change the soil. Winter is the perfect time to pot your indoor rose
Pruning: Use sharp scissors to remove blooms as soon as they fade or remove any dead branches and those that intersect others, to keep new flowers coming.