Peach Rose | 826NYC

October 17, 2017

Latin Name: Rosa ‘Madame A. Meilland’.

Description
This plant produces huge flowers. The color of the petals depends on the weather. For the most part, the flowers are yellow with pink edges.

Lifespan
Peach roses live for six to seven years.

Season
These flowers bloom in the early fall, in colder weather.

Interesting Facts
It’s a hybrid. It has a different name in the United State of America, Sweden, and Norway.

Habitat
They are most prominent in North America, Asia, and Europe.

Reproduction
The peach rose is a popular garden rose, so people plant their seeds in gardens.

Predators
Aphids are harmful to peach roses. There are other insects and mite pests that harm them too.

Personality traits
This rose is outspoken and very talkative. It is a gameplayer and is a little clumsy.

Physical Traits
This peach rose is surprisingly short with thick leaves and strong branches that house short hidden thorns.

Life at Home
Their home is kind of crowded but quiet at times.

My plant would dress in casual attire but with a don’t-really-care attitude. My plant tries to fit in  but is usually forgotten, so it is basically a loner. My plant takes a lot of classes, and even with it’s don’t-really-care attitude, it always follows the rules (a goody two-shoes). My plant likes to talk and likes to participate. Even if the other plants say something stupid, my plant laughs (softly, not in front of them). It likes to avoid drama with the other plants.

— Noemi M., Age 15, Bigger Than Buildings


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