Damask rose

Damask rose

Taif Rose, WardhTaifi (Rosa damascena trigintipetala) belongs to the species Damask Rose. There are several varieties of Damask Rose, such as Autumn Damask Rose (R. damascena sempervirens) and Damask Rose Kazanlik (alsoRosa damascena trigintipetala). Damask Rose grows as a small, 1-2 m, thorny bush with whitish hairy leaves, and pink and very fragrant 30-petal flowers. This rose is most commonly tied to Bulgaria and Turkey as countries of origin, or more precisely, to the valley Kazanlik in Bulgaria, where this rose has been cultivated for 330 years, and Isparta in Turkey.