seeds of Rosa corymbifera laxa

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Rosa corymbifera laxa is a plant species that belongs to the genus Rosa and the family Rosacae. The plant’s synonyms include Rosa canina laxa, Rosa coriifolia froebelli, and Rosa corymbifera var. froebelli. Rosa corymbifera laxa is a climbing wild rose that’s originally from Northwest Africa, Western Asia and most of Europe. Rosa corymbifera laxa can grow to a height of between 1 and 5 metres in normal conditions. The shrub can, however, climb higher in the event a tree it’s climbing is higher than 5 metres. The plant is capable of climbing by use of prickles on the plant’s stem. Pinnate leaves have between 5 and nine leaflets. Flowers, on the other hand, are white and have a diameter of 4 to 6 cm. The flowers eventually yield fruits that are rounded and red-orange. The plant’s fruits are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants and are useful to many cultures in the making of tea, marmalade and syrup. Rosa corymbifera laxa is a common crop in Bulgaria, where its fruits are regularly used to make a popular wine as well as tea. The fruit is also of value to Austrians who use it to make a special tea which is believed to treat urinary and kidney disorders. A soft drink called Cockta which is originally from Slovenia derives its flavour from the fruit. Wild growing species of Rosa corymbifera laxa come in handy when there is need to stabilise the soil. Such a need may arise in the process of landscaping or reclamation. Introducing the plant to a new environment might lead to a displacement of native plant species given its invasive nature. A good example of an instance of this phenomenon took place in New Zealand where Rosa corymbifera laxa progressively replaced various indigenous plant species. One should, therefore, have this knowledge in mind when cultivating the plant.
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