What Is The Scientific Name Of Rosal?


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According to online sources, the scientific name of the Rosal plant is Gardenia Augusta.

• Features of the Rosal plant, Gardenia Augusta

The Gardenia Augusta is a very beautiful plant, whose leaves are a glossy and striking shade of green, and whose flowers are a pure shade of white, although these become a creamy shade as the plant ages. The white flowers are very fragrant and as a result, attract large numbers of bees, wasps and other insects, so you may need to take precautionary measures against pests if growing a Gardenia Augusta. The Gardenia Augusta can grow up to eight feet tall.

• The history and location of the Gardenia Augusta

The Gardenia Augusta is a native plant of countries in Asia such as Japan, Taiwan and China. However, during the colonial period, the Gardenia Augusta was seen all over the Deep South in gardens and windows of the large, impressive colonial-style houses.

• Uses of the Gardenia Augusta

The Gardenia Augusta is typically an indoor plant, as it is very sensitive to temperature and suffers if the temperature is too cold. As the Gardenia Augusta is also very dependent on sunlight, it is usually located on windowsills. This will protect the plant from extreme temperatures and pests, whilst allowing the rooms of your house to become perfumed with the strong yet delicate scent of the Gardenia Augusta.

• Growing your own Gardenia Augusta

The Gardenia Augusta requires soil that is well drained and slightly acidic in order to grow well. Gardenia Augusta plants usually fare better if their soil is also rich in organic matter. Although the Gardenia Augusta has the potential to flower more or less year round, they do require a great deal of sunlight in order to thrive, so ensure that you plant them in a bright area of the garden if you are growing your Gardenia Augusta outside. If you do choose to plant your Gardenia Augusta outdoors, be sure to protect it against frost and cool temperatures in the evenings and nights, using some form of cover or shelter. You should also protect your plant from the myriad of pests who prey on the Gardenia Augusta using sprays.

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