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June is National Rose Month- Art Of Care

June is National Rose Month

At Art of Care, Inc we know how flowers can brighten anyones’ day. June is National Rose Month and we are very excited to be part of the celebration.

As a home health care company, Art of Care, truly strives to always improve our patients lives. We always encourage our elders to garden around the house or try to get flowers. It always brightens a home right away.

Below are some interesting facts about roses:

For centuries, roses have been a symbol for love, beauty, war and even politics. In fact, in 1986, President Ronald Reagan declared the rose as the National Floral Emblem of the United States, saying “Americans who would speak the language of the heart do so with a rose.” What a testament to the blooming beauty we all know and love!

To honor the rose this June, here are some facts about the flower that most people probably don’t know. Impress your friends and fellow gardeners with an abundance of rose knowledge!

·      A fossil of a rose was located in Colorado from nearly 35 million years ago

·      About 150 species of the genus Rosa exist throughtout the Northern Hemisphere

·      There is actually no such thing as a black rose – the color is an illusion! What you’re really seeing is a very dark red

·      The country of Zambia, located in Southern Africa, is lucky enough to have more than 80 percent of its land covered with roses

·      The Cathedral of Hildesheim in Germany has had a large rose bush growing on one of its walls for over 1,000 years, proving how long roses can survive

·      In the middle ages, rose petals and rose oils were used in the baths of the rich and famous

·      Different colors of roses symbolize different feelings of passion and emotion

·      “War of the Roses” comes from the different factions fighting to control England in the 15thcentury. The white rose symbolized Yorkshire and the red rose symbolized Lancaster.

·      George Washington was the first U.S. rose breeder


To read the full article, please visit: http://www.starrosesandplants.com/articles/blog/june-national-rose-month

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