The difference between wooden flowers and rose flowers

1. Basic features

1. Wooden flowers. The wooden flower can grow to 6 meters high. The small branches are cylindrical, with short leather thorns on it, and the old branches have a larger spines. Its leaves are oval, with a length of 2 cm to 5 cm. It is 8 cm to 18 cm. The upper part of the leaves of the leaves is dark green, the lower part is pale green, the flowers of woody flowers are relatively small, the diameter of the flower is 1.5 cm to 2.5 cm, the length of the stems is 2 cm to 3 Cm, flowering time from April to May.

2. Rose flowers. Rose flowers are much shorter than wooden flowers. The height is between 1 meter and 2 meters. The branches are relatively thin, and there are thorns on it. The length of the leaves is 1.53 cm, the width is 0.8 cm to 2 cm. 2 cm to 3 cm, the color of the fruit is dark red, the flowering time is May to July, and the result is October.

2. Growth habits

1. Wooden flowers. Mu Xianghua likes to have sufficient light or a semi -cool environment. It is more cold -resistant. Although the requirements for soil are not strict, it can grow normally even on the sticky soil, but it grows in good drainage and fertile and humid soil. It is best, in most cases, wooden flowers can spend winter outdoors, even winter in the north!

2. Rose flowers. Rose flowers have a stronger survival ability. It is more cold -resistant than woody flowers and has little requirements for the soil. It can grow whether it is sticky soil or barren soil, but it cannot accumulate too much water. It is best to grow. Rose flowers like the sun. In places without light, they cannot grow normally. When the situation is serious, the whole tree will die.

Third, distribution of origin

1. Wooden flowers. Mu Xianghua is native to Sichuan Province and Yunnan Province in my country. It is more common in rivers and roads. Now all parts of our country have been cultivated.

2. Rose flowers. Rose flowers are originally produced in North China and Central China. There are many varieties, which are more common in family courtyards.