Top 10 Questions About Rose Of Sharon

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What are the most common questions asked about rose of Sharon?

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How do you pronounce “Rose of Sharon”?

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Why is it called “Roses” and not “Sharon”?

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Where does the name come from?

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Is there any symbolism behind the flower’s name?

(e.g. the rose represents love, peace, hope, etc.)

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Are there other types of roses besides the ones used in the traditional way?

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Does anyone grow rose bushes or trees outside their homes? (For example: at a party?

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When was the first recorded mention of rose of Sharon mentioned in history?

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Do you have any stories about growing up with rose bush/tree or having them as pets?

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Who were the first people to plant rose bushes in your country?

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