Rosa Damascena seedlings organic

Product Description:

our company has his own seedlings of rose damascena that grows with big precision and attentions in our nurseries(6 nursery).

The Damask rose is a deciduous shrub growing to 2.2 metres tall, the stems densely armed with stout, curved prickles and stiff bristles. The leaves are pinnate, with five (rarely seven) leaflets. The roses are a light to moderate pink to light red. The relatively small flowers grow in groups. The bush has an informal shape. It is considered an important type of Old Rose, and also important for its prominent place in the pedigree of many other types.

Rosa Damascena is propagated through one year old stem cuttings. It can also be propagated through the divisions of old plant, lateral sprouts with roots and seeds.

Stem cuttings are collected at the time of pruning in mid October to end of December; 20 cm long, 0.75-1.50 cm thick cuttings are planted in nursery; 2/3 of the stem length is inserted into soil. These cuttings are ready after one year for transplanting into main field.

Planting and Transplanting: Soil should be free from weeds and other vegetation. If new land is taken for cultivation, wild bushes and perennial grasses should be cleared. Drainage and irrigation channels are to be made at the same time. Proper marking of land at optimum distance is done.

. The soil is refilled in the pit at the time of planting or a few days earlier to planting. Rooted stem cuttings are taken out from nursery and put in the pits. The soil is firmly pressed around the plant. While taking out plants from nursery, the lateral roots should be disturbed as little as possible. It is useful to put 3-4 kg of farm-yard manure, 20-25 gm NPK mixture {18:32:16) and 20 gm aldrin powder in the pit at the time of planting.

The best time of transplanting of rooted cuttings in the field is mid of November to mid January. The nursery plants are taken out on a cloudy day and planted in the field. Rose plants can also be transplanted in the month of rainy season.

Vertical planting: The roots are planted at a distance of 10-12 cm and a depth of 15-20 cm. and covered with 4-5 cm. begins above the top cut.

Horizontal planting: Cuttings are laid side by side in furrows at a depth of 10-12 cm. After about one year they are removed, segmented and used to create new plantings.