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Question by  bam891 (24)

Do rose bushes form seedpods?

I'd like to grow my own roses.


Answer by  gardener (176)

Rose seeds grow in small fruits called rosehips. These usually ripen in the fall and the seeds can be pulled out then or in the spring.


Answer by  rbiales (3441)

Yes, the seedpods are called rose hips. Thgrowe juicy red stuff will allow animals to eat the hips and excrete the seeds, with fertilizer and after the seeds are chilled they will grow. If you stratify the seeds in your fridge for a few weeks they will grow, if fertile.


Answer by  saturno (325)

The rose bushes form a kind of "seedpods" but are round instead of extended as the others plants and this "seedpods" are hard


Answer by  cklight (327)

I have read an example of at least one person who grew white roses and they claimed that their roses are full of red seed pods.


Answer by  Bobinski (1652)

Yes, some roses produce seed pods. If you get a rose bush that produces seed pods remove the pods as they take energy from the blossoming production of the bush. The seed pods are actually called rose hips. If the bushes have been fertilized you can take the seeds and grow new bushes.

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