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To care for potted roses in the winter, stop fertilizing and deadheading six weeks before winter, put the plants indoors, add moss to the container, tie a trash bag around the containers, and prune the roses. Winter care is easy and requires trash bags, pruners and moss.

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All About Roses is a website dedicated to roses, billed as the site with "everything you need to know about roses." It hosts blog posts that are updated periodically. The website is located at AllAboutRoses.com.

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Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome is a disorder with the primary symptom of orthostatic intolerance, reports MedicineNet. After a person with POTS stands from a horizontal position, only a reduced amount of blood returns to the heart, creating a feeling of lightheadedness, rapid heartbeat an

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Treatments for postural tachycardia syndrome, or POTS, can include orthostatic exercise, medication therapy, increased water intake and salt or fludrocortisones, according to the Rare Clinical Disease Research Network. More than one of these treatments can be used together, and treatment efficacy ca

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POTS stands for postural tachycardia syndrome and is a disease characterized by the heart rate climbing 30 beats per minute or more when the patient stands, according to the Autonomic Disorders Consortium. This increase in heart rate comes with no major change in blood pressure.

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The four major types of roses are the bush, climbing, shrub and groundcover rose. There are many subcategories within each rose type, but each rose is organized by its growing characteristics.

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Over 100 species of roses exist in the world. Furthermore, there are thousands of varieties, or cultivars, created by crossing species of roses. For example, hybrid tea roses, which are quite popular and widely grown, are the result of crossing tea roses and hybrid perpetual roses.

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According to Rose Magazine, there are a variety of garden pests that eat roses, including aphids, cane borers, earwigs and pear slugs. Aphids feed on growing shoot sap, whereas cane borers feed on the rose canes. Earwigs and pear slugs feed on rose leaves.

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The rose is believed to be approximately 35 million years old and is believed to have originated in China. The first documented garden cultivation of roses is attributed to China and is estimated to have occurred 5,000 years ago.

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Black roses are made by immersing cut roses in a botanical dye solution. Naturally black roses do not exist, although certain dark purple varieties appear black when arranged with lighter blooms. According to Florist Chronicles columnist Gina Kellogg, the only way to obtain truly black roses is to d